Wisk’s Stain Spectrum Technology ~ Taking Laundry to a New Level
Posted Aug 10 2010 12:00am
It’s hard to believe that laundry has changed so drastically over my lifetime. Just to give an example, when I was born, my mom used one of those wringer washer machines. The kind with the tub that you had to feed the clothes through to wring out.
Never heard of it?
Then thank your lucky stars! She still talks about the pain in the arse that washing machine was! I can’t even imagine what she had to go through washing those cloth diapers or trying to get stains out. Truly, laundry has come a long way, baby!
For that, I’m thankful. That said, I still do a lot of work when it comes to keeping the laundry coming out clean and stain free. My friends know, there’s nothing I hate more than stains. I have an arsenal of products, tools, and methods I use to keep my clothes, my husbands clothes and my kids clothes looking good. Not only does it take a whole lotta effort, but it also takes a whole lotta time. I spend good money on my kids clothes, yet I want my kids to be kids…so that means that I have to fight extra hard. Or do I?
The first liquid laundry soap introduced in 1956 was Wisk . It’s hard to believe that they’ve been around for over 50 years! Now Wisk has upgraded their formula to fight stains with a vengeance but they call it a science. It’s called Stain Spectrum Technology and it’s going to change the way I do laundry because I’m taking part in the One2One NetworkWisk Campaign. Over the next few months, I’ll try out the new Wisk laundry detergent and tell you all about it. The dirty, the stained and the clean.
I’m excited about this campaign because I invest a lot of time and effort when it comes to laundry. I’m a busy mama, with the upco ming school year for myself and Johnny, potty training Paige, working part-time and being a wife, I need all of the extra time I can get! Laundry soap should do it all…without a lot of effort from myself. Tell me I’m not the only one feeling this way!
Apparently, there are three major stain groups: Carbohydrates (chocolate milk), Proteins (grass), and Oils (peanut butter). Other stain groups include Bio (blood), Bleachable (wine or coffee), Particulate (dirt), and Synthetic (ink). With the Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology, it’s my hope to get rid of the “stain bucket”, as it’s known in our house, and keep clothes looking great with less work on my part. I can’t wait to get started!
*SAVE* Visit Wisk.com for a $1.00 off coupon. Wisk with Stain Spectrum Technology is available at all major retailers nationwide this month (August). Check the shelves of your local Walmart, Target or Kroger. You’ll also find Wisk on Facebook , feel free to “Like” them.
*I’m participating in a campaign provided by the One2One Network . I will be compensated for my time and provided with Wisk samples to facilitate my reviews. Regardless of compensation, you’ll always hear my honest opinion about the featured product.*