Myka, Marketing Director at Rockin' Green, put all her Lululemon favorites to the test with the Active Wear Challenge."Lululemon clothes are pricey — they aren't supposed to take on that musky post-workout smell... Or so I thought. They are no exception and I got SCHOOLED when I soaked them in Rockin' Green Active Wear detergent. And now I feel gross... but at least my yoga pants are clean for once!"
Shannon, Marketing Associate at Rockin' Green, threw in workout clothes and some dirty golf hats. She is admittedly embarrassed at the results, but nonetheless, satisfied."My mind was BLOWN when I went to drain the water and saw that it was a nasty brown color. The water even smelled like sweat. Gag. These were clean clothes that came out of my dresser. I was mortified"
Kristen, Marketing Associate, tried it on all of her active wear, with less shock-factor results. This does go to show that we all workout differently. We sweat differently. We might even wash with different detergents or washers — or perhaps wash less frequently than others. But the proof is still in the pudding... or brown water, rather."I was super excited to try this because I have lots of workout clothes that just have a smell. I just thought they were old and needed to be replaced. (But they weren't that old.) So I took the active wear challenge, and although my results were not as shockingly brown, there was DEFINITELY some nasty water to show for after two hours. After throwing these into a wash, they smelled great, and even felt cleaner.
And finally, we contacted a sports-enthusiast/social media influencer, right here in the city of Charlotte to give the Platinum Series Active Wear Detergent a go. This girl runs all the time and coaches runners, and swimmers so she knows a thing or two about sweaty workout out clothes. This is how the #ActiveWearChallenge went for her...