Wisk has been putting the three most popular stains to the test.
The Three Most Popular Stain Groups:
I’ve been writing about Wisk for a few months now. Two months ago Zoe and I did a Protein stain test using Wisk. Last month Zoe and I set out to find out if Wisk really could demolish Ketchup. Zoe, Miles and I have been diligent testers while trying to prove that Wisk does indeed work and every project even when I had my doubts Wisk came through and dissolved those pesky stains. Sometimes I wasn’t able to prove it in the instant camera setting that I have. Perhaps just to prove it to everyone I should have edited the video but sometimes I feel that editing the video will make it seem like something is awry. So I just taped and uploaded for all to see. Here is our latest test. The Oil Verses Stain Spectrum Technology test.
A hand towel
A new bottle of Wisk Stain Spectrum laundry detergent
In the video, Zoe put on the lip gloss. Then she kissed the hand towel. I didn’t think there was actually enough on the towel to give the Wisk a true test so me being me, I just directly smeared the lip gloss on the towel. Of course, Zoe’s portion of the stain came out right away, but mine didn’t. After using the washing machine the stain came completely out. It just needed a full cycle of detergent, and water to come out and not my 1 minute of swishing around in hot water. Also, remember to visit Wisk at www.Facebook.com/Wisk and follow @Wisk on Twitter for more information.
This post is part of a paid campaign I am doing with Wisk and One2OneNetwork. All opinions are my own. I received monetary compensation for my participation, but as I said my review and opinions are my own.