The New Wisk® Laundry Detergent With Stain Spectrum™ Technology

Posted by Jenna | Monday, August 09, 2010

Growing up, I was responsible for many household chores. One however, that my parents continued to do for my brothers and I until we headed off to college, was our laundry. Every other day I would find clean clothes folded on my bed, waiting to be put away. It was something I took for granted at the time, but now full appreciate the time that went into doing our laundry, folding it, and probably the biggest one...getting out stains. For me, that's still a challenge I fight to this day. I never really thought twice about stains, because some how mom always knew what to do. She did a lot of soaking and scrubbing from what I remember. The product technology just wasn't what it is today. Now, as a mom of two little ones, I have had to face stains of all kinds and am still learning what works, and what doesn't.

Thanks to Wisk, the guessing game of how to fight stains can be over for good! The name trusted in households for over 50 years has come out with an all new enhanced Stain Spectrum Technology that will reinvent the way we all look at stains.
Wisk is still coming to our rescue after all these years with innovations that will help make life easier. Their brand new red hot look and powerful Stain Spectrum Technology formula is sure to help tackle a full range of stains on a molecular level for a powerful clean.

There are hundreds of different stains, but most stains fall into three major groups:
  • Carbohydrates - like chocolate milk
  • Proteins - like grass
  • Oils - like peanut butter
The other groups of stains include:
  • Bio - like blood
  • Bleachable - like coffee
  • Particulate - like dirt
  • Synthetic - like ink

Buy It: Wisk is now available at major retailers nationwide (such as Walmart, Target and Kroger) for a suggested retail price of $5.00 for 50 fl oz. bottles that clean 32 loads.

Coupon: $1.00 off the new Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology

You can connect with Wisk by becoming a fan on Facebook.

**This was a sponsored post, however all opinions found here are my own and were not influenced in any way. The opinions and experiences of others may differ from my own**

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