He Has What on His Pants?

I said I would include some reviews on here at times and this is one of them.

For almost 29 yrs I have had a husband that, well, get’s dirty!!  From delivering calves out in the mud and snow to weed-eating around the farm.  He’s come home before covered in blood from stitching up a badly injured horse.  To say the least he has a dirty job at times.  To be honest, I can’t leave myself out of this either—-hugging wet dogs, horses, sheep, cows, pigs and chickens I can sure be a sight to behold too.  So, finding a laundry detergent capable of handling all our messes has been challenging.  I think I’ve tried them all.  None seem to have worked quite like I want them to, AND I hate really smelly detergent.  Kent does not want to smell like a Gardenia blossom and for that matter neither do I.

I think I have found the ONE.

I have been using Persil for a little over 2 months now and I have found that it really does get our clothes clean.  I’m not sure why it works better than the others I’ve tried and I’ve used the cheapest to the most expensive, but this one does the trick.  I decided to tell you about it because I was knocked down in the pig pen by a soon to be slice of bacon.  I fell on my knee and had wet red clay all over the knee of my jeans.  I rinsed what I could off with the hose outside and then put them in the washer.  Low and behold—No stains.



Price wise it is comparable to most.  But, for clean clothes and to not smell like a potpourri factory it’s worth it.

Anyway, that’s my review of Persil Laundry Detergent.