Disclosure: Borax provided a free sample of their product so I could review them. However, all of the opinions expressed are my own.
As a member of Purex Insiders, I got the chance to try out Borax. The first time I ever heard about Borax was when I was younger and my mom came across a recipe that used it. It was called Moco de King Kong (which translates to King Kong's Boogers). Pretty silly right? The recipe was basically making a cool, gooey ooze. When you're an 8 year old it is the best thing ever!
Now that I'm older, using Borax is much more useful. Although, I probably would have fun making slime.
What is Borax?
Borax is 100% natural mineral from the earth. Once removed from the ground, it is washed, dried, and boxed for consumers.
The common name for Borax is sodium tetraborate: a naturally occurring substance produced by the perpetual evaporation of seasonal lakes.
Is anything added to Borax?
Nothing is added.
⃠ No phosphates
⃠ No chlorine
⃠ No additive chemicals
What are some common uses for Borax?
✔ Boosting your laundry and removing stains
✔ Cleaning your bathroom
✔ Cleaning your kitchen
✔ Cleaning garbage disposals and drains
✔ Removing stains from carpets and rugs
✔ Conditioning hard water
20 Mule Team® Borax naturally softens hard water, which protects your detergent--so it can maximize cleaning power.
To use as a laundry booster, simply add 1/2 cup of 20 Mule Team Borax to every load, along with your regular detergent.
|Washing hubby's uniform using Borax|
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