Nathan Sport-Wash Performance Detergent 20 Fl. Oz

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  • Designed to correct problems associated with using normal detergents on technical clothing
  • Special formulation keeps high-tech fabrics looking and working like new, and removes trapped odors and stubborn stains from garments
  • Residue-free, non-allergenic formula keeps high-tech fabric at peak performance by washing away residues left by regular detergents
  • Removes dirt, neutralizes bacteria, and restores breathability, moisture-wicking, and factory applied waterproofing (DWR)
  • Prevents color fading; biodegradable formula

Nathan Brands Sport Wash is designed to correct the problems associated with using normal detergents on technical clothing. Keeps high-tech fabrics looking & working like new, and removes trapped odors, blood and grass stains from garments. Removes trapped odors from fabrics Restores factory applied waterproofing (DWR) Keeps high-tech fabrics looking & working like new Restores wicking properties and eliminates odor to Dri-Fit, Under Armour, Coolmax and engineered polyester fibers Restores the loft & effectiveness to down & synthetic insulation Prevents color fading Removes tough stains like blood and grass Biodegradable!

Nathan Sport-Wash Performance Detergent 20 Fl. Oz

3 Responses to Nathan Sport-Wash Performance Detergent 20 Fl. Oz

  1. TRACY says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Well come Monday morning when we we were working out and starting to sweat I could smell a horrible odor coming from my clothes, August 11, 2016
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    TRACY

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    This DOES NOT WORK!!!!!!!! I washed all my gym clothes as well as my husbands’3 times over the weekend with this detergent just to make sure I got that smelly sweat smell out of them. Well come Monday morning when we we were working out and starting to sweat I could smell a horrible odor coming from my clothes. I got close to my husband and he said your clothes smell! Great so now people around me can smell the nasty smelly clothes. It got worse….Wednesday I was working out doing cardio and my son was next to me and asked if I had gas. I said, “no, why? He told me I smelled.

    I would not recommend this product ever! It made my clothes smell way worse then they did originally…..so disappointed returning product!

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  2. Renbutsu says:
    256 of 269 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not bad, not the best either, June 7, 2010
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    Renbutsu
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    This review is from: Nathan Sport Wash Detergent (Sports)
    Check my other reviews for these types of detergents. I have tried several (Win, Win Free, Scuds, and Penguin) and decided give a brief review of all at the same time.

    I find the Penguin does not remove the odors the best.

    I would not recommend this as a first choice, there are other types that work better, IMO.

    I do not notice any offensive scent left by the detergent though.

    I would recommend those looking to try these odor removing detergents to try out (in order of preference), Win in the Blue bottle, Win Green Dye Free and SportSuds, tying for 2nd place.

    UPDATE 9/24/2013: I have noticed typically it may not be the washer that can cause scents/smells on clothing but the dryer. I have seen numerous products in retail to “clean” the washer of smells and odor but nothing for the dryer. The general assumption by the manufacturers are that everything that goes into the dryer is clean and odor-free. This is because a majority of the washing detergents contain a scent/perfume. Also, with all the perfumed dryer sheets, the manufacturers probably figure all is well. For our family, it is different. We use non-dyed, non-perfumed washing detergent. We also use scent free dryer sheets.

    I have performed a test and determined it was our dryer adding a smell to the clean clothes. Try this – wash a load with a non-scented detergent, take a couple clothing out and hang dry in another room/area. Dry the rest of the load with a non-scented dryer sheet. I specified non-scented to avoid any cover up of odors/scents on clothing. Hang up a couple dryer dried clothing, next day compare the hanged dried vs dryer dried. Do a smell test with the dryer clothing vs hang dried clothing. It is best to compare under garment clothing like t-shirts as they are closest to our body and absorb the most body odor, etc. You will know easily if the dryer is adding additional smells or not.

    Our dryer is over 15 yrs old, it was in the house when we moved in, and we know the previous owner had a dog(s). So our dryer’s lifetime history is partially unknown, who knows what was thrown in there. So YMMV, depending on your dryer’s history.

    Currently, I have been testing cleaning of the dryer drum. I have used a washing cloth with water and some lemon juice. I have also tried baking soda with cloth and water. I’ve also used the lemon and baking soda cloths, running a short cycle. All work, probably prefer the lemon juice method for now. I may try leaving some carbon in there overnight (not running of course, it may create a mess). There is no smell anymore, so any cleansing will be for prevention. Also, for others, if it’s been a long time, vacuum out the lint filter. Wash it if scented sheets are used often, scented sheets coat and gum up the screen and further reduce the dryer ability to exhaust the hot air out to vent, not to mention, maybe even a fire hazard. If you can, I suggest making sure dryer pipe venting out is within city/village code and taking it apart to clean, vacuum, and or wipe the inside. There WILL be lint/dust in that exhaust pipe that the lint screen does not collect, that buildup sitting over the years, from the different seasons and humidity, may also contribute to odors in the dryer.

    Finally, I have also made a point of ensuring our laundry area/room is not closed, not musky, and have open air. The dryer circulates air and heat to the clothing, I wanted to make sure the air it is receiving is clean and not musky.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works pretty good, smells a little Odd, October 8, 2016
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    The soap and your clothes will kind of smell like that bubble blowing soap (you know those little bottles you had when you were a kid with the plastic wand inside?.. yeh those). It’s not a bad smell but just not quite what you would expect from a laundry detergent. As far as how it cleans? Well I guess it depends on how you wash your clothes and how bad the smell is. I pre-scrub the stinky parts of my lululemon with this stuff and then soak them in the sink (hand wash). Tide just wasn’t getting the smell out. This stuff does a pretty good job using my soak method, but I’m not so sure if i just threw all my sport clothes in a washing machine (mixed with all my other laundry) that it would work as well. On a plus, this stuff is super concentrated so you really don’t need much. For about 20 bucks it will last you a while if you just spot clean and do cold water soaks with it, but if you plan on using this as your everyday laundry detergent it may become pricey. I would say stick to Tide for your regular clothes and only use this for your doing a laundry load of workout clothes.
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