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A Tale of Two Scientists and the Stain-Fighting Power of Wisk

This afternoon I put my two little scientists to work.  They were delighted to don lab coats and goggles (okay, only one of them was delighted to don the goggles) and assist me in this Wisk-sponsored science experiment.

The Problem: How to get grass stains out of clothing.

The Hypothesis: Wisk with it’s new Stain Spectrum Technology will rid fabric of the worst protein stains.

The Experiment: We took a swatch of fabric stained with protein resembling grass, and we applied Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology in a fancy design.

Okay, so it was a not-so-fancy design.

We let it set.

The Results:

The Conclusion: Well, if that swatch of fabric is any indication of how well this new Wisk works, I’m sold.  However, being the skeptic that I am, I need to try it on my own grass stains to be positive.

Grass stains are the very bane of my existence — grass and mud, anyway.  They perpetually ruin my kids’ clothing, and I’m always on the lookout for something that will rid their clothes of the offending green and brown blotches.  Over the next few weeks, I’ll be using my new Wisk on our laundry to see how well it compares to my current detergent of choice.  I’ll keep you posted!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Wisk.  While I did receive compensation to participate, the experiences and opinions expressed are, as always, my own.

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3 thoughts on “A Tale of Two Scientists and the Stain-Fighting Power of Wisk

  1. My son is playing Fall Baseball and we’re almost out of detergent. I’ll try out the Wisk on grass and red clay and let you know how it does. : )

  2. Oh the grass stains! I wish we could try our Wisk! We get the worst grass stains, mud stains and food stains ever. Boo is just way to sensitive to switch!

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