It’s a Miracle! 10 Things You Can Do Now That You’re Not Sorting Laundry

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Of all our household chores, laundry is the one my husband and I hate the most. My hubby hates it so much, that he doesn’t even bother sorting laundry, and I hate it when he does that because it causes color bleeding accidents. Basically what I’m saying is, there’s a lot of hate when it comes to laundry in our house.

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I’ve recently discovered something at Walmart that will CHANGE YOUR LIFE and eliminate a lot of that laundry hate. It’s called Purex® No Sort™ for Colors laundry detergent. And just like the name implies, it means you never have to sort your laundry EVER AGAIN. Whites stay white, colors stay colorful, and you can be as lazy about laundry as your husband always was.

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Like the folks at Purex say, “The Rules Have Changed.” And they’ve changed big time. Seriously, no more sorting laundry. Take a moment to let that sink in.

The geniuses at Purex made that breakthrough possible by creating “Anti-Color-Transfer Technology” which traps loose dyes in the wash and does not let them settle onto other fabrics.  As a result they are able to reinvent your laundry routine – #LaundrySimplified – which means less sorting, fewer bleeding stains and fewer loads (and fewer loads means more time and money saved!).

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The back label reads “Purex No Sort detergent is packed with innovation, but it can’t perform miracles, so please follow these words of advice: wash strongly colored fabrics or new pieces of clothing, especially jeans, separately at least 5 times before doing a mixed color load with Purex No Sort detergent.”

So what can you do with the extra 10 minutes you’ll save now that you’re not digging through dirty clothes to separate whites and colors? Well, for starters, you can fold that first load of laundry, but that’s no fun. Here are 10 more ideas:

1. You can take a REAL shower. (Remember those? I don’t.)

2. You can finally clean that layer of crud from the inside of the microwave.

3. You can drink a glass of wine – or two, if you’re really “thirsty.”

4. You can read five pages of your favorite book. (Or one-and-a-half sentences if you’re reading with a three-year-old in the room.)

5. You can fantasize about lying on a beach in Hawaii … with Matthew McConaughey.

6. You can fantasize about being able to afford a nanny … named Matthew McConaughey.

7. You can write a grocery/wine shopping list.

8. You can listen to “Let It Go” from the Frozen soundtrack three times, which is three fewer times you’ll have to listen to it later on.

9. You can watch “Charlie Bit My Finger” 10 times. (It never gets old!)

10. You can eat a candy bar while locked in the bathroom, because you have a three-year-old and you really don’t feel like sharing.

What would you do with 10 extra minutes? Let me know with a comment. And after you do, go out and get yourself some Purex® No Sort™ for Colors laundry detergent to make that fantasy finally come true! You can find it at Walmart in the laundry aisle.

 

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Comments

  1. heather says:

    Great post. Love the top 10 kist and especially love the picturez of you!

  2. You can file this under laziest moms ever, but I never sort – ever.

  3. That has to be the cleanest Walmart aisle I’ve ever seen. Mine look nothing like that!

  4. You can screen shot someones crazy Instagram and text it to your daughter and make fun of them together. I would never do that, but I’m told that’s a real thing. :)

  5. I’m still thinking about Matthew McConaughey as a nanny. Hmmm … will have to get some of this, for sure!

  6. mmm 10 extra minutes…read a book!

  7. No sort laundry detergent– I’m in! Can’t wait to try this :)

  8. Lisa J. Jones says:

    I’m So Getting This I Can’t Wait To Try This Will Save So Much Time AWESOME

  9. I also hate doing laundry. It just never ends and I can’t seem to ever catch up! This new product looks awesome!

  10. I’ve never used liquid detergent before, but now I am curious about it! I hate sorting laundry as well. We’ve actualyl solved the issue by having multiple laundry baskets so when you take clothes off, you sort them before tossing them into the hamper.

  11. Loved the list. I haven’t sorted laundry in way too long, lol. This product looks amazing for lazy launderers like me and for college students!

  12. I love your list of things you can get done in your extra ten minutes! I’m just happy when I can get extra posts written- or at least started. Okay, maybe thought about.

  13. Love this, I have not been sorting for the longest time, I just don’t have time to do that many loads

  14. I hate doing laundry too (and I always forget to sort).

  15. Wine. Thanks for the tips. (wine) I definitely hate sorting laundry, although if my husband takes the kids for a bit so I can do it, I’m totally ok with that. And wine.

  16. I really like the idea of a detergent that makes it sorting a thing of the past!

  17. Even with just 10 minutes, I would totally catnap. I can’t get enough naps in my life!

  18. I was so happy to see the white towel I threw in with the red actually come out white using this. Normally, not only do I sort out the reds but I also sort the reds into like piles – dark reds/dark pinks in one load and light pinks in another. This will cut down on the workload!

  19. We can’t stand laundry either! I don’t think I’m going to catch up on it any time soon, either…

  20. Love your list of to dos. lol. No sort sounds great.

  21. Maria Oller says:

    I need then new purex, my sorting is baby items vs non baby items I’m usually so tired I mix colors and we have a bunch of pink socks

  22. I use this deterfent to, perfect for large families when laundry is a challenge!

  23. You’re kidding me! No sorting? I get so mad at my husband because he does the laundry and messes things up (except for his clothes of course). This would be so perfect for him!

  24. Can I bank my time and apply it toward a massage? That’s what I’d really like! #client

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