Wisk With Stain Spectrum Technology Helps Bring Out A Smile
I love Wisk. In a time of soaps, flakes, and powders, it caused a washing revolution as the first marketed liquid laundry detergent. That was back in 1956 and times have certainly changed since then. Today the word is green and Sun Products Corporation is doing its best to meet the challenge. Of course, clean clothes are the first priority, but energy and water conservation go along with that. Packaging is eco-friendly and uses 25% recycled plastic. Comparatively, can anything be better than perfect? The new Wisk With Stain Spectrum Technology is. Look for its red bottle.
Scientists have reformulated this heavy-duty, high-power, concentrated detergent. Its concentrated formula washes even better than before and, quite frankly, I didn’t think that would be possible. I just got a bottle and did my own test trial, well actually several. I used it on dedicates, whites, colored clothes, dark fabrics, and heavily soiled items. Everything came out great in one regular wash without additives like bleach or stain removers. With no phosphorus additives, it is biodegradable and safe even for septic tanks.
Prices may vary yet it really is economical–50 ounce bottle does 32 loads of clothes. This detergent is available in local grocery stores, super centers, clubs, drug stores, and online (love the site) which has a product locator as well as a $1.00 coupon sign up. Its varieties include Deep Clean, HE, Cold Power, Fresh Boost, and Colorbleach Safe. Thank you Wisk, for moving with the times and putting a better product on the market.
I thought you might be interested to see my experiment straight from the Wisk science lab in real life. The tools: protein-stained swatch created by scientist Kristen Higgins, plastic beaker, lab coat, dropping pipette, goggles, and bottle of Wisk laundry detergent.
Take a look. And note that the water in the beaker is clear.
Wondering what happened to the protein stained cloth that we drew the happy face on with the Wisk?
Take a look. Also, note the color of the water in the beaker now.
Now just imagine what Stain-Spectrum Wisk can do in an automatic washing machine to all kinds of stains. I know it works for carbohydrate, protein, oil, bio, bleachable, particulate, and synthetic ones. But more about that another time….
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.