Purex has just come out with a new product—No Sort Detergent, with anti-color transfer technology. According to the claims, loads of mixed colors can be washed together with less chance of color transfer.
My first thought was that this would be GREAT for college guys—the stereotypical “throw everything in the wash together” population. But I can also see how Purex No Sort could be helpful for anyone—for those times when you just want to wash a few things, or to prevent damage when a dark or white item accidentally gets mixed into the wrong load.
I was eager to test it out and had an opportunity when Emily wanted her tie-dyed shirt and her jeans washed for the next morning. I washed this load of bright colors and included the dark blue jeans. I also threw in a white towel just to see if it would pick up any unwanted color.
I washed the load, then checked the towel. It was hard to see, but I think there was a tiny bit of blue discoloration on the towel from the jeans, but certainly not much. (The towel on the left was washed in this load and the towel on the right was not.) I am declaring the experiment a success—I think the Purex No-Sort Detergent did a good job.
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