Did you know that Wisk® was the first liquid laundry detergent introduced to market in 1956? It's hard to believe, but Wisk® has been cleaning America’s laundry for over 50 years! This Retro "Ring Around The Collar" Wisk Commercial reminded me of how hard my mom had been trying to keep the collars and cuffs of our white shirts clean. I remember her experimenting with various tricks and techniques like soaking dirty spots in detergent, scrubbing them on a wash board, and applying white toothpaste before the fabric went dry. But still some stains were impossible to remove, especially during summer.
Starting August, 2010, Wisk® will be ushering in a new era in laundry detergent history with an upgraded formula featuring Stain Spectrum™ Technology. Once again, Wisk is revolutionizing the way we fight stains with science and technology. New Wisk provides a powerful clean by utilizing enzymes and cleaning agents that target the full range of stains on a molecular level.
Among hundreds of different stains, most fall into the following three groups:
* Carbohydrates such as milk chocolate
* Proteins such as grass
* Oils such as peanut butter
The other groups of stains include:
* Bio such as blood
* Bleachable such as coffee
* Particulate such as dirt
* Synthetic such as ink
No matter which type of stains you encounter, new Wisk® with Stain Spectrum ™Technology will have you covered. As a mom, I'm constantly faced with the challenge to tackle stains resulting from food spills, dirt and mud play, coloring games, or potty training accidents. I would feel greatly embarrassed if my child had to wear clothes with visible stains on them. I'd readily embrace any new laundry product that will make my life easier. Thanks to One2One Network and the Sun Products Corporation, I will be among the first to try out new Wisk detergent in the red-hot bottle! I will be writing a series of posts in the next couple months to fill you in on more details about my new adventure.
New Wisk is now available at major retailers nationwide, such as Walmart, Target and Kroger, with a suggested retail price of $5.99 for a 50 fl oz. bottle, which cleans about 32 loads.
You may visit Wisk.com to learn more about the Stain Spectrum™ Technology and the different categories of stains. While you're there, don't forget to print this coupon and save $1.00 on your new Wisk purchase. You may also want to follow Wisk on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and laundry tips.
Disclosure: This post is written as part of a blog campaign sponsored by One2One Network and the Sun Products Corporation. I will be receiving free products and monetary compensation in exchange of my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.