November 29, 2010

Wisk Experiment 3: Oil Stain

A few months ago, Wisk asked me to try out their new Wisk Stain Spectrum Detergent on a few different kinds of stains.  So far, I have tested Wisk on a grass stain and carbohydrate stain.  I have been so impressed with the stain fighting technology that I have been using the Wisk on other stains such as ketchup, ravioli (oh my!) and set-in stains.  (I hope to post more on that later this week.)

Today my assignment was to try Wisk out on an oil stain.  Oil stains include things such as lip gloss, peanut butter, and salad dressing. 

To test the oil stain, Wisk sent me a tube of lipgloss, a towel for blotting, a make-up bag, and another bottle of Wisk Stain Spectrum Detergent.  Hooray! I was glad to get another bottle.  🙂

I applied the lipgloss and blotted my lips onto the towel.  Yes, I know, I put on waayyy too much lipgloss.  It was fruit flavored and it made me feel like I was in high school again.  lol

I applied the Wisk detergent to the stain, rubbed it in for about 30 seconds, and then rinsed the stain. 

On this experiment Wisk took out the majority of the stain.  To me, it appears that it took out all of the oil and not all of the color.  Now I feel a little bad for putting on soooo much of the lipgloss.  I think maybe the color got down into the ridges on the towel which made it more difficult to remove.

I have been extremely pleased with the Wisk.  It is now the first thing I grab for stains.  I am sad that this is the end of my Wisk experiments. 

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Other Wisk Articles:
Wisk Experiment 2:  Carbohydrate Stain (Ketchup)
Wisk Experiment 1:  Protein Stain (Grass Stain)
Wisk: The Then and Now of Fighting Stains

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, but the thoughts and opinions are my own.


Karen

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