Wisk Lab Experiment

It is Fall! That means it’s time for tailgate parties and the last few cookouts before it gets too cold. We aren’t big sports fans in our house but we do love a good cookout, especially a good burger. 
Like most 2 year olds Jude is a bit of a messy eater so I am constantly removing stains from his clothes. Some stains are really tough, like tomato based stains. The new Wisk stain fighting formula works great on removing carbohydrate stains like food. I gave Jude full reign of this project since he only has one level of mess, huge!

After letting him cover the shirt in ketchup I let the stain set for a good 10 minutes before pre-treating it with Wisk. I poured a bit of Wisk directly on the shirt and let is sit while my previous load of laundry finished washing. Then I just washed it with my regular white’s cycle. (I always wash my clothes in cold water.) 

After laundering. I think it turned out pretty good. I was a little worried the stain might not come out since it was so huge and set in but pre-treating it with Wisk helped break down the stain.

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.

Jessica is a family lifestyle blogger living in Raleigh, NC with her husband and four sons (7, 4, 3 and 1). Jessica started thebkeepsushonest.com in November of 2009, but has been blogging since 2003. Jessica writes about family life, recipes, travel and products for families. She is also a Work-from-home-mom who manages marketing and social media for a local accounting company.

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One thought on “Wisk Lab Experiment

  1. Momstart

    I couldn't get it out without throwing it in the laundry like you did. I tried to just get it out in the sink. Oops.

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