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Oh the laundry. The laundry never ends in my house. When Audrey Grace was an infant, I thought she went through a lot of clothes – and she did. But as soon as she hit toddler age, that was when the real laundry began. My sweet little blonde-haired, blue-eyed baby girl can get herself into any mess that you can imagine. Sometimes I find myself hesitant to invest in the nice clothes and clothing brands that I used to when she was younger, because she can ruin a nice outfit without even trying (it’s not her fault – she’s clumsy like her mommy! I tried to give her a head start with the middle name Grace, but to no avail!).
Because they know that we have laundry woes, Wisk sent us a bottle of their new detergent in a sexy, red-hot bottle – Wisk with Stain Spectrum™ Technology. Word on the street has it that this stuff really holds up to it’s name – so I transformed Audrey Grace into my guest scientist for the afternoon and we tackled one of the toughest stains of all – a grass stain. For those of you non-scientific types (don’t worry, I’ve got my mirror out) a grass stain falls under the category of a protein stain. Other protein stains? Eggs, baby formula, and spinach.
Check out our experience below with the detergent (as well as proof to the clumsy claim above!):
We tackled our protein stain with a little Wisk with Stain Spectrum™ Technology in the form of Audrey Grace’s initials, and we could literally see the stain disappearing before our eyes before it ever even made it into the beaker to be washed. Of course, as with any project, we had a little hiccup when little AG slipped off of the chair and knocked over the beaker – but she was fine (just not too happy about being wet!) and we were able to finish off the experiment without a hitch!
So far, I’m very impressed by this new formula of Wisk, and we are looking forward to trying it out on a different type of stain in the near future! Stay tuned!!