As a mother of two rambunctious boys, I have a lot of very dirty washing. I seem to always have an abundance of clothes that need to be washed, hung out, folded or put away, so I am always looking for a way to make this job a little easier.
As I only wash in cold water and prefer to throw all my clothes in together, I look for a washing powder that can cope with both. I was given a packet of Radiant No Sort to review and have been impressed at how our clothes have come out looking so clean and fresh.
Radiant is a well known brand of washing powder whose goal is to keep your cloths looking as vibrate as possible.
The colour guard technology uses:
* anti-dye transfer technology to help prevent colour bleeding
* anti-greying technology for whiter whites
*anti-fuzz technology for sharper colours
As a way of showing you how this colour guard technology, Radiant created Radiant Return. They chose real people (2 best mates and one of their girlfriends) to test their product. These people purchased 14 pieces of clothing, tortured them before washing them with Radiant and then returned them to the shops they were purchased from.
You can watch one of the episodes below.
Radiant’s range suits both front loaders and top loaders and comes in a choice of liquid, powder and capsules.
There are three great varieties available, all containing Colour Guard Technology:
*Brilliant Whites Sharper Colours
I was really quite happy with the way the detergent worked. I filled my 8kg Front Loader washing machine with clothes that had not been treated with pre-stain. I mixed all colours and put it on a cold wash for a normal cycle.
The stains that didn’t come out were on clothes that had been in the boys cupboard for quite some time. I was quite surprised that these shirts, that had been sitting in the cupboard and used as old clothes, the stains were starting to fade from the first wash. I found the Radiant powder to have a fresh smell and there was no transfer of colour with the new clothes we washed. Overall, we were very pleased at how well this product worked.
The above photo shows one of our boys shirts that had been stained for a while, so they were not fresh stains, but look how well it looked after it had been washed with Radiant.
This one really surprised me. I mopped the floor and then washed the cloth straight away with Radiant. I was really surprised at how well the dirt came out.
You can also visit Radiant on Facebook (#RadiantReturn)
To celebrate the new launch of their new range of products with Colour Guard Technology,
and to say thank you to all my fabulous readers, Radiant has kindly supplied a 1x$50 Big W voucher for me to give away!
To win, simply leave a comment below, with your email address and your answer to this question:
Which variety of Radiant do you most need in your house and why?
Australian Residents Only. Competition closes at midnight, Tuesday July 1st, 2014. Winners will be notified by email.
This giveaway is now closed. The winner will be announced shortly!
The Winner is MICHELLE V!!
Disclosure: I was given a 1.5kg packet of Radiant No Sort ~ Anti-Colour Transfer and Anti-Greying for the purpose of reviewing. All opinions on this blog are my own and were not in anyway influenced by the product provided or by the company.