Have you ever bought an expensive shirt at LuluLemon or Reebok. It’s a great shirt. It wicks sweat. It’s extra soft and comfy. And it fits really good! But after a few months of wearing it… it just doesn’t get a clean. It’s like your nastiness has defeated the shirt, and the detergent that you use in the washer.
Have you had this happen?
I know that you CrossFitters reading this have definitely had this happen.
I remember my old basketball and soccer jerseys having this happen. They started off nice and new, and by the end of the season, it didn’t matter how many times you washed them, they were nasty.
As a FitFluential Ambassador I get the opportunity to test all kinds of cool products, and I was recently selected to test the WIN High Performance Sports Detergent on my sweaty clothes.
WIN Sports Detergent…
WIN sent me a bottle of their regular High Performance Sports Detergent, AND their “Green” High Performance Sports Detergent.
The first thing that stood out about the WIN detergent was that I had to put about half as much detergent as the brand that I usually use. Less is more for me! I liked this.
I also didn’t notice the potent detergenty/chemicaly smell that my other stuff has.
From that point in the testing of the WIN High Performance Sports Detergent I didn’t notice anything…
I mean, that’s about it. And I guess that’s what you want to hear… I didn’t notice anything.
I didn’t notice any funky smells from me.
I didn’t notice any weird detergent smells.
My clothes were clean.
Isn’t that what we want?
I workout (in some capacity) almost everyday, and that makes up about 12 hours of sweating. Especially in these summer months where the CrossFit gym is like a tin oven. I’m sweating before I even start working out. And if knowing that my clothes being clean is something that I don’t have to think about… It makes my life easier.
If you get that nasty under the armpit, or “other” stinkiness that just doesn’t go away when you wash your sweaty workout clothes, give WIN High Performance Sports Detergent a try. It worked for me, and I’ve already referred WIN to athletes at my CrossFit gym (StoneWay CrossFit).
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Full disclosure. I did get the WIN Sports Detergent for free to test the product, but I will always tell the absolute truth about every product that I review (even if I’m getting paid), and most times I will not review products that I don’t like.
If you have any questions about the WIN Sports Detergent drop a comment below or shoot me an email.
Joe at AllAroundJoe.com