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With The Help Of Borax and Purex – This Afghan looks and feels Amazing!

The best part of crocheting an afghan is hitting the finish line; weaving in the last strand of yarn, washing, drying and then finally…doing a cuddle test before wrapping it up to give to another.

I received a box of Borax & the NEW Purex Baby laundry soap and the new Crystals fabric softener not too long ago, which is great because both Borax and Purex are among the top 3 laundry staples in my home.

Borax and Purex for my Afghans

I used the three laundry aids on the afghan I just finished for CJ last night and let me just say – this afghan is softer and more cuddle worthy than I would have ever expected. I think it’s because of the Borax I used, since it is a laundry booster…but then again, it could have been the Purex Baby detergent and/or crystals. I don’t know for sure, but the three of these – together – made for some really amazing results! I’m definitely using the trio when I’m done with my next crocheted project.

If you’ve never used Borax or Purex product before – I highly recommend them! They really do a great job on the laundry.

Oh, almost forgot, here’s the “completed” afghan…

CJs Afghan

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Disclosure: I was gifted with Purex and Borax product – as part of the Purex Insiders Team. Any thoughts, opinions and/or testimonials expressed about the product are always and solely my own.

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About the author: Living in South Texas, Barb is wife to a taxidermist and mother to three outrageously rambunctious kids (ages 10, 11 & 20) and their cute dogs, Jager and Louie! Barb spends her day’s blogging, chatting with friends on Facebook, tweeting, sharing far too many crazy pictures on Pinterest & Instagram, and most importantly…trying to catch a cat-nap when she can. Her favorite drinks are Coffee and Unsweetened Mango tea from Sonic. Barb – through Blogfully – shares her personal insight on the products she tries, uses, hates, and loves. She lives to travel, enjoys reading, can crochet a mean afghan, and is told she makes the best chicken salad sandwiches ever!

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  • renee

    Awesome! You should be proud. I’m sure CJ will enjoy that labor of love :)

    • renee

      Forgot to ask–do the afghan colors mean anything special to your son? Just wondering because they are the same colors of my daughter’s softball uniform this year!

      • Thanks Renee! :)
        Actually – CJ is color blind. He couldn’t even figure out the color order…actually, those were the colors of yarn in my stash collection. Piper picked the blue, I picked the coral and Patience chose grey – to help tone the colors down. It was just a stroke of luck, on our part, that it came together so beautifully.

        • renee

          Sorry, I didn’t know he was color blind :( I couldn’t have picked a more terrible question to ask if I had tried!

          • No, no, no – please don’t worry – it wasn’t a bad question at all…don’t feel bad. We find the humor in it all the time. Piper thinks it’s fun to help him color in coloring books. Since he cant see the color hues, Piper gets to choose the colors for him. It’s great! The only thing he hates about being color blind is that he can never get the enjoyment out of watching a 3D movie… :)