Today marks the day, I take a little time for myself. Hey. I deserve it and Wisk told me so. My morning routine isn’t much of a routine at all. In fact, it’s very simple. Wake Up. Get the kids on the bus. Drink Coffee. Catch up on the emails I got while I was snoozing the night away. Brush teeth. Get dressed and, lastly, put my make-up on. Whether, or not, I have somewhere to be, I always put my make-up on.
Today, however, I bring you in, while I do it. Don’t worry, it doesn’t take me an hour and I don’t use a million different things. I’m more of a blush, mascara, eyeliner, and lip gloss girl. It’s a simple routine for a simple girl, however, the stains that sometimes come out of that routine aren’t so simple. So, I’m putting Wisk detergent to the test and answer the question, How do you get lip gloss out of clothes?
Wisk and One2One Network sent me a few tools to reclaim my, much deserved, “Me-Time”. Today, I spent time picking out a cute outfit, fixing my hair, turning on my favorite tunes, and taking my time putting on my make-up. Here’s what I got:
- A hand towel
- Compact mirror
- Toiletry bag
- Lip gloss
- Wisk Stain Spectrum laundry detergent.
We were encouraged to have a little “Me-Time” during our morning routine. So, I’m doing something I’ve NEVER done. Letting you guys into my bathroom, while I get ready for the day. Eeek! Don’t worry, it’s all family friendly. If you count the way I look BEFORE make-up. If you were ever interested in how I look when I get out of bed, this would be it. Left is Pre-MakeUp and the right is After-MakeUp.
I used the nifty cosmetics bag they sent me to put all my daily essentials in: Facial lotion, blush, compact, eye shadow, eye liner, mascara, etc. Then tried out my new lip gloss.
I’m near finished when I realize I have a little too much gloss. Using the hand towel, provided, I blot the excess, but what do I do with the left over stain?
I grab my red hot bottle of Wisk Laundry detergent, pre-treat the stain, rubbing for 30 seconds.
I rinsed with warm water and, after wringing out the towel, hung it next to the sink to dry and was, not at all surprised, to see the oil stain (lip gloss marks) were completely gone.
Clearly shown, are the results that the New Wisk® with Stain Spectrum™ Technology has against Oil stains such as lip gloss, peanut butter, salad dressing, etc. You’ve already seen what it does to Ketchup and grass stains. I don’t think I can question what it can do against all stains we fight in our laundry room.
As this is the last experiment, I’m a bit sad. Sounds crazy, but I’ve had a lot of fun learning and experimenting with Wisk laundry detergent. To refresh your memory a bit:
I, first, learned of the NEW Wisk in the red hot bottle by reminiscing about how our mother’s used to do laundry.
I, then, enlisted help from my lab assistant as we fought grass stains together in our “Science Lab”.
I had a food fight with everyone’s favorite condiment.
And, now, end it by kissing stains goodbye!
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 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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