REVIEW: All Radiant Laundry Detergent

 

I’m going to be honest…laundry very rarely, if ever, gets sorted in my household.  We wear mostly colors, so there’s not really enough to make a full load of white laundry when it’s time to wash.  I haven’t had any MAJOR clothing color transfer accidents (so far)!  It’s hard to find a detergent that works to actually improve your clothing, and on both whites and colors–but I believe I have found the best of both worlds in new All Radiant!

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All Radiant is infused with Patented Fiber Shield™ Technology to restore dingy whites and protect your colors from fading. You can use it in every load to help keep your clothes looking their best. Safe for all colors and for use in all washing machines.

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The scent is fresh without being too overpowering, perfumed, or flowery.  The measurements inside the lid are easy to see, and go all the way up to level 5 for super big loads!  After a few uses, I noticed that my son’s white karate gi, absolutely the hardest garment in the house to keep white, was looking brighter and less dingy.  It’s so amazing that All Radiant can work to reverse even dirt and grime that has been set in clothes for a while!  Once school comes back around, I’ll continue to use All Radiant to keep my son’s school uniforms, which are red and blue, at their newest and prevent fading.

All Radiant can be found in stores now!  Pick some up today to help keep your laundry looking great.

 

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Posted on June 19, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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