This is my very last week, to take part in The Wisk Project. I’ve been learning so much about the science behind the New Wisk® with Stain Spectrum™ Technology and all the types of stains it can fight. They know stains, so this Momma doesn’t have to. Besides, I have more important things to do with my time, like play outside with my kids.
From grass stains to ketchup stains, my family seems to drag them all into my laundry room. It shouldn’t be a surprise to me because they love to play outside and, second to that, they love to eat. So, this week, Wisk encouraged us to enjoy this AWESOME Fall weather by having a good old-fashioned tailgate party and a food fight like no other. I’m answering that infamous question most Mommas have How do you get ketchup out of clothes?
I know I let you guys know that here are hundreds of stain groups, but throughout the project, I’ve been concentrating on the 3 major ones:
- Carbohydrates such as ketchup
- Proteins such as eggs
- Oils such as ranch dressing
There are other categories such as bio stains, you know, blood and body soil – Gross. Then you got bleachables, particulates, and synthetic stains. You don’t have to say it because I’ll do it for you It all sounds so confusing and scientific. You’re right. So, instead.. I’ll just show you.
Wisk and One2One Network sent me a few tools to kick back at our very own Pre-Game Tailgate cook-out. Not only that, they KNEW my kids would end up spilling a red-colored condiment, us Moms call Ketchup. Oh for the love of Carbohydrate Stains! So, I got:
- New t-shirt for my little sports fan
- Basting Brush
- Small hamburger press
- Wisk Laundry Detergent
It’s obvious through our pictures that ketchup stains ain’t got nothing against the New Wisk® with Stain Spectrum™ Technology. The Carbohydrate Stain (ketchup) was absolutely SMEARED on that white shirt. After pre-treating it with Wisk for 30 seconds, then rinsing, the stain lifted up quickly. The results showed that it clearly fights stains caused by, not only ketchup, but chocolate milk, BBQ sauce, and syrup. I’m not at all surprised after watching what it did to our grass stained swatch in our last project. It doesn’t matter which of these stains you encounter, new Wisk with Stain Spectrum ™ Technology is the solution to tackle them all.
Wisk is available, just recently, in August at major retailers nationwide, such as Walmart, Target and Kroger for the suggested retail price of $5.99 for a 50 fl oz. bottle. Visit http://www.wisk.com/ to learn more about their Stain Spectrum Technology and download a $1.00 off coupon on your next purchase. Oh, and don’t forget visit Wisk at www.Facebook.com/Wisk to ask any laundry/stain questions on the “Ask Wisk” tab. Laundry experts are there to help!
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