I’ve been writing about Wisk for a few months now. Last month Zoe and I did a Protein stain test using Wisk. Today Zoe and I set out to find out if Wisk really could demolish Ketchup. I was given the assignment of cleaning a white shirt that had ketchup on it. Now, I think I was supposed to clean it right after getting ketchup on it but I wanted to make a challenge for Wisk. Can Wisk get out set in carbohydrate stains.
I put Ketchup on a white t-shirt and let the stain sit for a few hours.
Here is the video of us getting the ketchup out!
There was still just a bit of ketchup on the shirt, it was very very faint but it would be enough to drive me crazy. This is what I think would get the stain out. Before throwing it in the washing machine, pour some Wisk on the stain directly and let it sit for at least five minutes. Then put it in the washing machine as you normally would and I have a feeling the stain would come out. I don’t usually have trouble with ketchup coming out of clothing anymore anyways. My kids are always covered in some kind of food and we get the stains out. SO just follow those instructions and I know you’ll be fine! Stain Spectrum Technology will get out stains in all of the groups.
The Three Groups:
* Carbohydrates such as milk chocolate
* Proteins such as grass
* Oils such as peanut butter
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