@WINDetergent – Win Your Way to Better Smelling Clothes!
WIN detergent was created in 2005, and created the market for detergent for technical fabrics. In 2011, WIN was acquired by a new management team with the goal of focusing on the sporting goods industry. WIN is currently sold by over 250 specialty running, triathlon, and cycling shops, as well as major national retailers like Dick’s and Amazon.
Do you have boys/men in your house? I do and let me tell you there is not much that is worse than that middle school boy smell… It doesn’t seem to matter how many times I wash his clothes – I can never get the smell out. What’s worse is that if I wash his clothes with mine – yeah, not a good idea… Trust me on this one. Needless to say I was thrilled when given the opportunity to review WIN Detergent.
I am fortunate that we have two washer machines. One was with the house when we bought it, and one we brought with us. Technically we had three at one point because two were left with the house when we bought it. In twelve years though the third one died after living a good long life. I tend to wash my son’s clothes on their own in the older washer. We only have one dryer so they all converge to one location. I love that this detergent comes in their “normal” scent and formula but also in their scent free/dye free formula. Since I handle the laundry that is extremely important. I am also very sensitive to scents and dyes because of my allergies. WIN Detergent gets a big thumbs up from me. Now all I need to do is try to get my son to actually put his dirty smelly clothes into the washer machine. Since this detergent can be ordered on Amazon – it is easy as can be to replenish my supply when I run out.
WIN’s new* 32 oz. bottle makes it the best value for the price. The original bottle was 21 oz. with 14 wash loads. This gives it the most bang for the buck in the $10 price category. Both WIN and WIN Green will remain priced at a reasonable $9.95.
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