Every since I received a new washer and dryer last year, I’ve had the opportunity to try many different laundry detergents. One that I go back to again and again is Wisk.
As the first liquid laundry detergent to market in 1956, Wisk has been cleaning America’s laundry for the past 50 years. Clothing and stains may have evolved over the years, but some things never change. Just watch this vintage Wisk commercial. The ‘ring around the collar’ is a laundry stain we still deal with to this day!
I remember helping my grandma wash clothes when I was younger. She had a perfectly good washing machine, but insisted on using a washboard for the heavily soiled items. Even with a good detergent, it was hard work! Product technology just wasn’t what it’s like today.
Now, Wisk still comes in that bright red bottle, but the brand is bringing science to stain fighting with an upgraded formula featuring Stain Spectrum Technology. They haven’t upgraded their price, though. It’s still as affordable as always.
New Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology is engineered to target the major stain groups. Its enzymes and cleaning agents target the full range of stains on a molecular level for a powerful clean.
There are hundreds of different stains but most stains fall into three major categories:
- Carbohydrates such as milk chocolate
- Proteins such as grass
- Oils such as peanut butter
The other groups of stains include:
- Bio such as blood
- Bleachable such as coffee
- Particulate such as dirt
- Synthetic such as ink
Which stains do you find the hardest to get rid of? With two messy little girls, I dread mealtimes the most – food stains everywhere and no time for laundry!
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. bottles that cleans 32 loads. I’m looking forward to trying this new Wisk and sharing my thoughts with you.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Wisk. I received monetary compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own.