One of the pitfalls of working out is the nasty smell it leaves in your clothes and no matter how well you wash things or how quickly you do so after working out, the inevitable always happens. You end up throwing away things because the smell is forever embedded in your clothes and they start falling apart. Fitness apparel is not cheap either. So why not make those investments last longer by using a detergent designed specifically for sports apparel like WIN Sports detergent?
I spend a more money on my fitness apparel because it lasts longer than apparel made with lower quality fabrics. When I first became serious about working out, I was buying fitness apparel at Target which is perfectly fine but it doesn’t last long. For me, it’s important to keep my apparel as long as possible to get the most out of my investment. The other problem is living in Arizona, the water is extremely hard which automatically reduces the life of my fitness gear. Most fitness apparel are made with synthetics which keep you dry when you’re getting your sweat on. But those same fabrics also retain oils which overtime transform into a stinky smell.
That’s where WIN comes in. WIN is designed to remove oils and residues that cause odor from synthetic fabrics. Although WIN is optimized for synthetic fabrics, it can be used on any athletic apparel. According to their website, it’s recommended you wash with WIN and line dry your clothes instead of using a dryer.
WIN comes in a green version or blue version. The green version is hypoallergenic and fragrance free. This is perfect for someone like me who is sensitive to all detergents and many fabrics. I look like I have the measles when I use something that irritates my skin. I’m happy to confirm my body was happy with WIN. No rashes for this gal. WIN is also HE (high efficiency) friendly. This is important to me too as my washer is high efficiency.
- Made in the U.S.A
- Available in green (fragrance free) and blue detergent
- HE compatible
- Smells amazing
- No animal testing
- Cap is very difficult to open
- Expensive @ $10.95 per bottle
- Not available in stores (that I know of yet), you can purchase it on Amazon & it’s Amazon Prime eligible too
WIN is offering one reader in the continental U.S. two free bottles of detergent, one green and one blue. Just enter via the link below. Giveaway will be open through next weekend.
Disclaimer – I received free product for this review through my affiliation with SweatPink. All opinions stated within this post are my own.
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