Wisk With Stain Spectrum Technology Overcome BBQ Blues
I feel like Noah spending long days and nights in an ark. It rained all weekend plus. Thursday through Tuesday, dreary, dark, damp. Plans for the tailgate party after grandson’s soccer game had to be postponed until better weather. Here I sit with the burgers and all the fixings. My parents products of the Great Depression – hey, since people were out of work hungry, why does history term it as Great? – preached, “Waste not; want not.” So I guess the party will come inside this time. Grandson is unavailable down with the weather, so it is up to hubby and spot patrol middle son (who unfortunately does not fit in the tee) to assist.
I set the table with all the fixings and condiments, press some burgers, and begin frying them on the stove griddle. I also saute some mushrooms and onions.
Time for another Wisk Challenge. Here goes. I need to stain a new tee shirt deliberately. Yuk!
To put myself in the right frame of mind, I pretend I’m a kid with no mom or dad around. Finally, I am getting the chance to play with food.
Catsup looks like finger painting magic. Let’s go. First, I squeeze on the thick red stuff and make a “C”, symbolic of the child within me. Next I brush the C into the material. Last I take my finger and really rub it in. I see immediately this is one tough stain.
Directions say to pretreat with Wisk Stain Spectrum Technology, rub, let sit for five minutes, then rinse in lukewarm water until the suds disappear. I follow the directions meticulously. Now most of you know the Biblical tale of Doubting Thomas. Well, I am his soul-mate Doubting Pat. But seeing is believing. I am surprised at the results. Everyone knows that tomato stains, carbohydrate stains, are the worst. Take a look for yourself.
Spot patrol gives me a thumbs up. Stain gone, the tee shirt is salvaged and looks good as new.
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.