New Wisk with Stain Spectrum™ Technology: Protein Lab
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New Wisk with Stain Spectrum™ Technology: Protein Lab

Last month, I told you about the newly launched Wisk with Stain Spectrum™ Technology and the exciting project I'm participating in for the next couple months. Did you notice the hot red bottles in the laundry detergent section of your grocery store? If not, remember to look for them next time you shop. They might be sparkling on the shelf :)

I received my first Wisk package a few days ago and was a bit surprised by what was inside. Besides a bottle of new Wisk, there was also a Stain Lab Pack, including Protein-Stained Swatch, Dropping Pipette, Plastic Beaker, Goggles, Wisk Button and kid-sized Lab Coat.

 As the Stain Spectrum™ Technology is expected to tackle all types of stains, I was sent on a mission to test if new Wisk can live up to its product claim. I would play lab scientist for a few minutes and conduct an experiment for Protein Stains, more specifically grass stain. My son would be my little assistant. He was very excited about his new costume, although the coat was way too big for him.

Step 1: Fill the plastic beaker with warm water.

Step 2: Pour a small amount of Wisk into the cap, dip the pipette in, and fill it half way with laundry detergent.

Step 3: Use the filled pipette to draw on the grass-stained swatch. We love Superman, so initial S got on the swatch.
Step 4: Wait a few seconds for Wisk with Stain Spectrum™ Technology to work its magic. Then place the swatch in the beaker and swish around. You can see the grass stain start to dissolve in water.

Last step: Check the results! Voilà! The grass stain was successfully removed! Kudos to the new Wisk with Stain Spectrum™ Technology! No more worries about the green stain that often shows up on the knee of your kid's favorite pants.

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Disclosure: This post is written as part of a blog campaign sponsored by One2One Network. I received free products and monetary compensation in exchange of my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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Nicole Feliciano said...

Cool review. Like a little science experiment.

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