Purex Fels-Naptha Laundry Bar Uses And Giveaway

Purex Fels-Naptha is a powerful laundry bar that works overtime to remove greasy, oily stains, perspiration, and ring-around-the-collar. With over 100 years of removing America’s stains, you can rest assure that this laundry bar knows how to tackle your toughest stains.
All you’ve got to do is rub the stain with a wet bar of Purex Fels-Naptha and let it sit for a few minutes. Then wash your clothes as you normally would and say farewell to tough stains for good.

Frequently Asked Questions

  •      How do I use Purex Fels-Naptha as a pre-treater?
    For optimal use as a pre-treater, collars and stain areas should be wetted with water and then a Purex Fels-Naptha Laundry Bar can be applied to the affected area.
  •      Can I use Purex Fels-Naptha to treat severe soils?
    Yes. For severe soils use a soft brush to work Purex Fels-Naptha into the pre-wetted soiled area, prior to washing the garment in regular a washing machine.
  •      Can Purex Fels-Naptha be used as a laundry booster?
    Yes, for a stain boost to a wash load, finely grate 1/2 of the bar (use less for smaller or less soiled loads) into the washer, fill washer with water, and agitate for several minutes before adding clothing.
  •      Can Purex Fels-Naptha be used as a pre-treater?
    Yes, it is okay to use Purex Fels-Naptha as a pre-treater and then add to a wash load with chlorine bleach.

My Experience With Fels Naptha Laundry Bar

My clothes are not usually that dirty but this particular pants are too long....  not only they are long they are light colored too.I first tried washing it regularly and they were still dirty,so when I got chance to try  Fels Naptha from Purex Insider,I thought of putting it to test.The result amazed me and I am extremely satisfied.

 Instead of spending a bunch of money on those spray pre-treaters, try Fels Naptha Laundry bar soap . Simply wet it and rub in on the stain before washing.

sorry pic is not very clean but my pants are

Some  Uses of A Laundry Bar (Besides the Obvious)

1.Lubricate nails, screws, and saw blades. Soap on metal helps it go through wood more easily. Nails and screws go in easier and are  less likely to split the wood if they are first stuck in a bar of soap. Rubbing soap over a handsaw blade will help it cut straighter and be less resistant to the wood.

 Wrap a bar of soap in a bit of cloth and use it as a pincushion. Again, the soap will act as a lubricant, making them easier to insert into fabric. 3. Instead of using store-bought marking chalk, use a sliver of bar soap to draw a line for a hem. It washes out more easily than chalk.

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4.Dirty fingernail prevention. Before you do your next gardening project, scrape your fingernails over a bar of soap. The resulting soap accumulation will keep dirt from getting under your fingernails and will wash away at clean up.
Soot prevention. If you’re planning a cook out using a cast iron pot, rub a bar of soap over the bottom of the pot before you set it over the open flame. The soap will make for easy cleanup, as the soap will prevent the soot from accumulating.

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6.Insect bite anesthetic. Apparently, a dampened bar of soap rubbed on insect bites will alleviate itching. Who knew?

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