Science Fun with Wisk

You always see those commercials where they show stains magically disappearing within seconds. You think to yourself, “Wow that is so cool. I need that product.” only to then notice the tiny fine print at the bottom of the screen which says “time-lapse” or “results may not be typcial”. I say boo to those commercials. But I say Hooray to Wisk.

They sent a selection of bloggers all the tools needed to test on the stain fighting power of the New Wisk Stain Spectrum. I was pleasantly surprised at how quick and easily it removed the stains. Just watch this video I made.
I edit it down a bit for sanity sake. Joe was my assistant and didn’t really know what he was supposed to be doing so it’s got a little lengthy. But I can attest that the whole experiment lasted no longer than 5 minutes and that is including set up time. 

Jude wanted to help but I think he would have tried to drink the detergent so we waited until he was asleep.

About Wisk
New Wisk laundry detergent is reinventing the way you’ll look at stains with a powerful new formula and a red-hot bottle. As the first liquid laundry detergent to market in 1956, Wisk® has been cleaning America’s laundry for the past 50 years. Now, they’ve upgraded their formula, but not their price, to tackle stains. Wisk is bringing science to stain fighting with an upgraded formula featuring Stain Spectrum™ Technology.  Wisk’s enzymes and cleaning agents target the full range of stains on a molecular level for a powerful clean.
New Wisk® with Stain Spectrum™ Technology is engineered to target the major stain groups
New stain vocabulary:
There are hundreds of different stains but most stains fall into three major groups:
  • Carbohydrates such as milk chocolate 
  • Proteins such as grass 
  • Oils such as peanut butter
New powerful stain fighting formula. 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 in August at major retailers nationwide, such as Walmart, Target and Kroger
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I received compensation for this post by Wisk through the One2OneNetwork. The opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced by the company.

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