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Perwoll question

Posted by ecf1216 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 16, 14 at 15:30

I am going to order some Perwoll for my dark clothes and see two different options.

One is called "Perwoll Intensive Black" and is a black bottle with a black label. The other is called "Perwoll for Blacks and Darks" and is a black bottle with a mostly white label.

Does anyone here know the difference, if any, between the two?

Thank you!

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RE: Perwoll question

No difference. Just labelling changes. I believe that the "intensive" version is the newest incarnation.

RE: Perwoll question

I like the Perwoll for blacks a lot. Use it all the time.

RE: Perwoll question

I've used both, and they're pretty much the same (but utterly superior to any other brand). Great detergent. My fabrics just love it!!

Usually get it from these guys (they seem to be cheapest and shipping is free)

RE: Perwoll question

Thank you for your responses. I was hoping they were the same thing, because I ordered one and received the other.

I'm glad to hear you like it... I got it mainly for dark delicates and yoga clothes; should I also use it on dark t-shirts, jeans, etc? I'm currently using the color megaperls for those now.


RE: Perwoll question

I use it for all black clothing including all workout clothes, t-shirts, black jeans and pants. Anything/everything black including lingerie.

I have 2 other liquids to use up but when those are gone, plan to give color megaperls a try.

How do you like it?

RE: Perwoll question

I find that it's great for natural fibers (cottons, wool blends, etc). It really helps to keep the clothes deep rich dark. Quality synthetics don't really have a fading problem.

For your dedicates (e.g. lingerie) I highly recommend Miele CareCollection Wool Care.

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