WIN LAUNDRY DETERGENT REVIEW
WINN LAUNDRY DETERGENT REVIEW
Good afternoon everyone, today’s outdoor product review is for the Win Laundry detergent. This laundry detergent is designed to get out odors from your synthetic work-out clothes. It may seem a little odd to include laundry soap as an outdoor product review, but not all synthetic clothes are confined to work-out clothes. Think about how many of your outdoor apparel is also synthetic. However, before the actual review, I need to get the darned disclosure out of the way. So here it is;
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received Win Laundry Detergent for free from Win in consideration for a gear review.
OK, since that is taken care of, let’s move on to the review shall we. As I mentioned before, not all synthetics are work-out clothes. Also, not only work-out clothes get full of body odor from sweating.
Think about it, hiking clothes, camping clothes and even work clothes can be synthetic and get overwhelmed with sweat and body odor.
I am using my work clothes as the test subjects for the Win Laundry Detergent. I work in the Dry Kiln department at a lumber mill and that is outside work year round. Top this off with having to break down a kiln for a turn when the temperature is well above 100 degrees with extreme high humidity inside the kiln and you are sweating a lot. Mix in some pine pitch and of course that means my clothes and I stink. Maybe even a different level of funk. So, these clothes make for a perfect candidate to test the detergent.
Their claim that Win Laundry Detergent will get the odor out is accurate. Of course, I think most laundry detergent do get the odors out. But then again, some may just mask the odor with perfumes. Since I used the perfume free and dye free brand of Win Laundry Detergent, I know the odor was not masked but removed. Their claim that Win Laundry Detergent cleans synthetic clothing better by removing deep down dirt better and making the clothes last longer I am not 100% sold on. I will say that I am impressed at how clean my nasty work clothes are after washing them with the detergent. The “worked in” stains will not come out no matter what, but the non-stained areas looked really good. Will they last longer? That will remain to be seen. Maybe my work clothes are not a good judge of that claim. I will also add that the amount of Win Laundry Detergent needed per load of clothes is less than the amount needed for other laundry soaps. Just one cap full is all you need and their cap is smaller than other detergents.
I recommend Win Laundry Detergent to anyone who uses synthetic clothing excessively. Work-out clothes, bicycling clothes, hiking clothes or even work clothes are good candidates for this laundry detergent.
Only time will tell if the clothes last longer, but the Win Laundry Detergent does do a great job of getting those “funky” odors out. Thank you for your time to read this article if you enjoyed the read, please share it on your social media.
As always, get outside and enjoy the great outdoors,