My morning routine is always a little hectic. I’m lucky if I even have time to brush my hair and apply a dab of lip gloss before walking my daughter to the bus stop (which is right in front of my house, I might add). This Wisk experiment allowed me to give myself a little bit of ‘me-time’… and featured a sexy oil stain. One that you wouldn’t want to see on your husband’s shirt collar. Ever. 😉
Oil stains come in all shapes and sizes, though – peanut butter, salad dressing – and are some of the toughest stains to get out. To complete this experiment, I received a fabulous package from Wisk that included a hand towel, compact mirror, toiletry bag, lip gloss and a new bottle of Wisk Stain Spectrum laundry detergent.
- I used the compact mirror to delicately apply the beautiful lip gloss.
- I put on a little too much, so I puckered up and blotted the excess with the towel.
- I pre-treated the stain with Wisk, covering the entire kiss mark.
- I scrubbed the stain for about 30 seconds, creating lovely bubbles.
- I rinsed the stain under warm water until all the suds washed away.
Ta-dah! Kiss mark gone.
As I write my last post for Wisk, I’m truly sad to see this project come to a close! It’s been a lot of fun. You know when my daughter runs to grab the bottle of Wisk after spilling chocolate milk down the front of her shirt, that these little experiments have made a BIG impact. She calls it “Skwisk” – it’s pretty cute! Be sure to go back and read about the protein stain and carb stain labs… if tackling stains is a challenge for you, hopefully this series of posts has inspired you to keep fighting ’em!
Sooo, over the past 3 months we’ve learned that there are hundreds of different stains! Most fall into three major groups:
- Proteins such as grass.
- Carbohydrates such as milk chocolate and ketchup.
- Oils such as peanut butter and lipstick.
It doesn’t matter which of these stains you encounter, new Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology is the solution to tackle them all! The red-hot bottle is bringing science to stain fighting, targeting the full range of stains on a molecular level for a powerful clean.
Wisk comes in five stain-fighting varieties, and all include Stain Spectrum Technology.
- Wisk Deep Clean: A clean, fresh scent and works great on tough stains.
- Wisk Coldwater Power: Specially formulate for cold water conditions so you can save both energy AND money.
- Wisk Colorsafe Bleach: Helps you keep your whites white and your colors bright!
- Wisk High Efficiency: Specifically formulate for your HE washing machine.
- Wisk Fresh Boost: A clean, citrus scent that helps remove tough stains.
If you’d like to try it for yourself, Wisk is available now at major retailers nationwide, such as Walmart, Target and Kroger, for a suggested retail price of $5.99 for a 50 fl oz. bottle that cleans about 32 loads. Look for the red-hot bottle!
Visit Wisk.com to:
- Learn more about Wisk’s Stain Spectrum Technology and the different categories of stains
- Download a coupon
- Also, remember to visit Wisk at www.Facebook.com/Wisk and follow @Wisk on Twitter
This post is sponsored by Wisk. I received monetary compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own.