By Laurie | August 23, 2010
You may remember that a few weeks ago I wrote a post about the new Wisk with Stain Spectrum ™Technology. What the heck does that mean? Well, that’s Wisk’s fancy way of saying that their new formula has even more enzymes and cleaning agents that target the full range of stains on a molecular level for a powerful clean. Still confused? I’ll break it down. It will take care of all of your stains from dirt and grass to peanut butter and chocolate milk.
I mentioned that it has been many years since I had used their product, so I was definitely curious what this new formula could do. The people at Wisk decided to send me a protein-stained swatch, dropping pipette, plastic beaker, goggles, lab coat, bottle of Wisk® Laundry Detergent and instructions to perform a little experiment. All I had to do was supply the scientist(s). Below is a video of what happened:
I discovered several things at the conclusion of making this video. 1) I hate the sound of my voice. 2) I love the smell of detergent. 3) Wisk really did a good job of cleaning the stains. It was also a lot of fun enlisting the help of Taylor and Zach, as well as getting to try the product firsthand. I even let Taylor take the white lab coat outside and rub it in the grass. She brought it back in and we cleaned the stain she made with Wisk. So far I’m pretty impressed, but we are definitely looking forward to the next challenge!
Are you interested in trying out Wisk with Stain Spectrum ™Technology? You can find a $1 off coupon on their website. It usually retails for $5.99 for 50 fl oz. bottles that clean 32 loads. I’d love to hear what you discovered based on your own at-home experiments.
Disclosure: This is the second in a series of sponsored posts I will be writing as part of a campaign on behalf of Wisk and One2One Network. All opinions expressed are completely my own.