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Wisk Science Lab

Got Protein Stains?
Yesterday I found myself home alone with my Li’l Man. Then a box arrived with a Protein Lab Science Experiment. Li’l Man wasted no time suiting up as my Science Assistant.

Our Science Experiement contained a bottle of Wisk’s upgraded formula featuring Stain Spectrum Technology. A of protein-embedded stained swatch and some fun science equipment for Li’l Man to use like a dropping Pipette, a scientist cup, lab coat and goggles (the “suckered him in” touch).

 Li’l Man and I talked about how the swatch was saturated with the same stuff he found himself wearing on his own clothes–grass stains are not a new concept at the Morrison house. He just looked at me and then asked, “You aren’t supposed to roll in the grass in white pants”. It’s true.


But the real question still remained. Can Wisk tackle protein stains like a champion?! (Protein stains include but are not limited to, grass stains, eggs, baby formula, and spinach.)

Here’s our Wisk Protein/Laundry Lab experiment in video spurts:

Then we got down and dirty with the protein stained swatch

Li’l Man adds his touch…I especially love when he’s attempting the “W” and notes, “This is working for a W so these are Os!”

The directions were to swish the swatch in the cup, but let’s face it, I’m throwing all my laundry in the machine–I’m a modern-day gal!

There you have it. The real-life adventure of a protein-saturated swatch, a miniature scientist, a bottle of Wisk, and a washing machine.
This new Wisk really works and I have some red-hot love for this bottle’s power!
Wisk is available at major retailers nationwide, such as Walmart, Target, and Kroger
* Suggested Retail Price: $5.99 for 50 fl oz. bottles that clean 32 loads

This post is part of a campaign for Wisk and the new Stain Spectrum Technology and I will be compensated for this post. The opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Others experience may vary.

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