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Don’t be blue. Go Red. Wisk With Stain Spectrum.

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I washed my first load of clothes after I finished high school. My mother who left school at 11 to work in the Brunswick Laundry spared me the task. I remember watching her wash loads of clothes using brown soap and a washboard in the kitchen sink. It was only years after she and my father retired that she got an automatic washing machine for herself. Laundry Basics 101 was my right of passage into the adult world.

My first experiences were less than remarkable. Color them dingy, marked with set in stains, ring around the color. Pretreating and bleaching were not how I did things. It was all about convenience back then. I tried to avoid hard work so I omitted steps like sorting them into delicates, perma-press, regular or separating whites, brights, darks.

Do you remember this Wisk commercial?

Forty+ years later my results are better. Everyone teases my middle son for always being on spot patrol. His hatred of stains has left a lot of clothes marked for me with “Get rid of!” I don’t though. I always try to get the stains out.

Just days ago NEW Wisk With Stain Spectrum arrived on the market. I’m looking forward to trying it out on our laundry, especially my son’s pile of discards. New Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology was designed to target the three major stain groups – Carbohydrates such as milk chocolate, Proteins such as grass, and Oils such as peanut butter. Check out this teaser video on the New Wisk.

Go to Wisk.com for more information. You can sign up online for a $1.00 promotional coupon. The suggested retail price for the 50 fluid ounce bottle that cleans 32 loads is $5.99. You can also visit Wisk at www.Facebook.com/Wisk.

This post is part of a campaign for Wisk and the new Stain Spectrum Technology and I will be compensated for my time. As always, the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way. Thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.

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