20 Mule Team Borax Review/Giveaway

Sunday, June 23, 2013

I hope you are ready for a new Purex blogger, review. I know it has been a while. I received the 20 Mule Team Borax Laundry Booster and all-purpose cleaner. I have reviewed this item before but it has been a while. Therefore, having the chance to do this review again really reminded me of all the things that I really liked about this product. 

Borax is the common name for sodium tetraborate: a naturally occurring substance produced by the repeated evaporation of seasonal lakes. 20 Mule Team Borax is 100% natural, and 99.5% pure (there is about a half of 1% of naturally occurring trace minerals). Once removed from the ground it is washed, dried, and boxed for consumers. In earlier times, borax was proclaimed to be a magical crystal that was used to aid digestion, keep milk sweet and even cure epilepsy. Common sense and modern technology have brought us better solutions to these and other problems, but 20 Mule Team Borax still has a place in your home. 

I am no stranger to hard water. Hard water is water contaminated with the ions calcium and magnesium. Hard water lowers the cleaning power of detergent filled water because some of the detergent gets stuck on the ions (calcium and magnesium) and then goes straight down the drain. This is where 20 Mule Team Borax comes into play.

20 Mule Team Borax works to soften hard water by removing the deposits that work against your laundry detergent. After you add this to your laundry, you will notice that the clothes come out of the wash a little brighter, and best of all, a little cleaner. 

I first used this product with my whites (towels and washcloths) too see how it would do. I am one that is leery on trying a new product on my clothes. I thought that these items would be perfect testing grounds. I was so impressed when my loads of clothes were done. Everything was so clean and bright. They really seemed to be much whiter than before. 

I just had to try the product on a load of darks. To my surprise, the darks came out brighter and the colors crisper. They did not seem dull. This product really helps in the process of getting your clothes cleaner and brighter. 

20 mule team borax can assist with any cleaning formulas that mix with water by working the same way it does with the laundry. It is a mineral, not a chemical, and it is harvested, not manufactured. According to Purex, nothing else is added, and the Borax is thoroughly cleaned. This brilliant product will elevate your clothes to a new level of clean. 

20 Mule Team Borax offers NO Phosphates, Chlorine and other chemicals that can harm our body, clothes and the environment in it. I should also mention that this product helps soften your clothes.

Where to purchase: You are able to make a purchase from local retailers in your area. You can also go to the store locator on the 20 Mule Team Borax website to find a store near you.

Disclosure: I was sent products for free to review for my honest opinion, from either a PR agency or a company. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Your opinions may vary from my opinions. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: " Guides concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. You can also go here and read my PR Polices.

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  1. I learned that Borax is an all natural substance and it has hundreds of uses. I use it all the time for so many things!

  2. I learned this: 20 Mule Team® Borax increases your detergent's power and controls odors to give you fresh, clean laundry.

  3. I learned that this product boosts laundry cleaning and helps with odor control as well.

  4. I learned that it is all natural and has been around since 1891.

  5. I learned that it works in all machines, including he!

  6. I learned it controls odorous as well as removing stains.

  7. I learned that Fresh-cut flowers of many varieties may be permanently preserved.

  8. It has so many uses! I would love to try it as a laundry detergent.

  9. I learned that originally, borax was imported to the United States from Italy and Tibet for use in ceramics and goldsmithing.


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