My kids get food, grass, dirt, who knows what sometimes, on their clothing and if it doesn’t end up on top of the washer when they take it off, I forget to treat it. Things like Spaghetti sauce and blood sometimes just do not come out unless they are pre-treated. Wisk, cuts out a step. As you can see in this video, Wisk gets it all out, but feel free to pre-treat a stain you may be worried about.
Protein-Stained Swatch, Dropping Pipette, Plastic Beaker, Goggles, Lab Coat, Bottle of Wisk® Laundry Detergent
Fill the Plastic Beaker with warm water
Lay out the Protein Stained Swatch
Pour some Wisk into the Lid
Fill up the Pipette with Wisk from the lid
Spell or draw something on the Protein Stained Swatch
Let it sit for a few a little bit
Then place the fabric in the water and swish it around.
While I was doing this experiment with my daughter she asked a lot of questions. One of them being what was the Protein symbol for. The whole point of this experiment was to illustrate the stain fighting ability of Wisk. Specifically targeting protein based stains such as grass. The piece of fabric was coated in grass and smelled awful. After we did the experiment it smelled much better. So my answer in the video is incorrect. Also, it was a piece of fabric and not paper. This was step one in finding out if the new Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology will get out stains in all of the groups without having to pre-treat the stains.
The Three Groups:
* Carbohydrates such as milk chocolate
* Proteins such as grass
* Oils such as peanut butter
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Wisk is available in August at major retailers nationwide, such as Walmart, Target and Kroger
I received monetary compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own.