Through the Wisk Beta Blogger program, I’ve put the new Wisk® with Stain Spectrum™ Technology to the test against two of the three major stain groups: the protein stain and the carbohydrate stain. For this assignment, I used Wisk to battle the oil stain.
Take some ‘me’ time in the morning and get pretty in pink using the bright pink lip gloss provided. Me time is kind of unheard of in this house, but I did my best. I took enough time to apply the gloss, but of course Emma had to get in on the action too. She loves her some lip gloss.
Blot, just like the pros do right onto a lovely white hand towel. I’d never dream of doing this for real – it just didn’t feel right.
Pre-treat the stain using the new Wisk®, working it into the stain by rubbing it in for 15 seconds.
Hand-scrub, rinsing with warm water until the suds are gone. The result…
That stain went just were stains belong – down the drain.
The results of these “lab” experiments have truly astounded me. I had my doubts, but I knew there was something to the new Wisk® formula if the company was this confident in their product that they were willing to let us bloggers intentionally stain our clothing and share the results with our readers.
Wisk® started it all by creating the very first liquid laundry detergent over 50 years ago, and now they’ve achieved another milestone with this Stain Spectrum™ Technology. If the results of my fun experiments hasn’t convinced you, go try it for yourself. Wisk® is available at major retailers nationwide, such as Walmart, Target and Kroger at a suggested retail price of $5.99 for a 50 fl oz. bottle. Make sure you print out this coupon for $1.00 off. If you have a laundry question, Wisk will address it on their Facebook page under the Ask Wisk®tab. You can also follow Wisk® on twitter.
Disclosure: I have written this post as part of a sponsored campaign for Wisk detergent. All of the opinions stated above are my own.