Kahla: Chris and I have been integrating more natural and plant-based items into our household so it was a natural choice (literally) when we were offered the opportunity to work with Tide to try out their new purclean detergent. We both suffer from sensitive skin so it is important to us to use a detergent that is free of dyes and fragrance and the unscented purclean checks all the boxes for us. I found that it still has all the stain fighting power of regular Tide which is amazing since I’ve noticed other detergents that are either natural or free of dyes and fragrance just don’t get the job done. Plus with two puppies and a rainy city we need a detergent that can combat the amount of mud that tracks through this house. The other really neat thing about Tide purclean is that they are working to be more sustainable by making the product at a zero manufacturing waste to landfill site and formulating it using 100% renewable wind power electricity, and to top it all off the detergent bottle itself is recyclable. Not only do I love the power of their product and how clean my laundry is from using it, but what they are working towards as a company to become more environmentally friendly by adding this product to their line.
Rechelle: Just like Kahla, it has been my mission this year to use more natural and plant-based products. I too suffer from sensitive skin and have always had to be extremely careful when it came to detergent. I am so pleased to say that not only was Tide purclean gentle on my skin, it smelled great and my clothes really came clean. Being a nanny, I tend to go home pretty messy (lots of little fingers around here) and having my clothes get clean with one wash is really important to me.! What is also important to me is using products from a brand that cares about the environment. Tide purclean is made to clean in cold water – which is much better for the environment & saves us money on our energy bill. Clean clothes that smell great all the while helping the environment is a win is my book!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tide. The opinions and text are all ours.
Kahla + Rechelle