I’ve taken you from Grass Stains to Ketchup Stains and now to Makeup stains in the last couple of months. I have learned the stains proper names, and no..yucky wasn’t one of them. I have seen the stains lift off and my daughter, B, has helped with every step. Next, we dabbled in the art of messing up your makeup routine! A lipstick oil stain may compliment your blouse but only if it’s still on your lips. The moment your makeup ends up on your clothes you have a “oh no” moment. Before I go on I must confess my daughter, A, birthday was yesterday and she was wearing something grandma bought her for her birthday. Later in the day I noticed she had found J’s marker. Now, this marker was easy to clean off her face but the challenge is on for her outfit! She did a fine job coloring her outfit for the occasion I just have to trust Wisk will save the day!
* Proteins such as grass
* Oils such as peanut butter
This time we are tackling Oil Stains..makeup anyone? Next, we have our helper getting ready in the “morning”
Uh oh! Morning Miss Hap!
Wisk to the Rescue!
…in the meantime how is my makeup???
Results: Wisk did it again! It never fails no matter the stain situation or life happenings Wisk can help you come out clean. I have had so much fun working with Wisk I don’t want the fun to stop..and doubt the stains will ever end so I will be trusting New Stain Spectrum Technology for my smart solution to clean up mishaps I may my children may endure! And please NOTE that just because there is small evidence that doesn’t mean it will be there after your first washing with Wisk. After the tailgate experiment there was a small trace of ketchup evidence but after I washed it in the machine with Wisk it was COMPLETELY GONE! I expect the same results with this.
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