Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Wisk Deep Clean Review



Did you know that the average washload contains 20 times more body oils and sweat than visible stains? The photo below reveals what the amount of hidden body oils and sweat in our clothes could actually look like compared to the average visible stains (EW!). Just because you don’t see any stains on your garments, doesn’t mean they’re not dirty…

The reformulated Wisk Deep Clean is targeting much more than visible stains – the body oils and sweat that get trapped deep in the fabric of garments and build up over time.   Wisk Deep Clean was recently awarded Product of the Year in the laundry category! 

Wisk Deep Clean

I received a box of Wisk products last week.  I have to say that what really caught my attention was this bottle.....

Wisk Deep Clean

Ummm, can you say Eeeewwwwwww???? And to think that is what is on our clothes?

Wisk Deep Clean

One thing I noticed about this detergent is that it smells SO good, which for some reason for me is always a big thing.  There are some others out there that either smell like nothing or have this weird funky smell that when mixed with the clothes and the water just.....BLECH!

I was actually surprised at how well Wisk washed my laundry, it did a wonderful job on attacking some of the harder stains I've had trouble removing.....and the fact that I know it's getting those nasty body oils and sweat out is a big plus for me.

You know that  use homemade laundry detergent, but I always have a bottle of store bought at hand in case I run of mine, or whatever.  I've already dumped out my other store bought detergent, and I've purchased a Wisk bottle to keep in my laundry.  :)

Definitely recommend the Wisk Deep Clean Detergent!!!

Thank you to Wisk for sending me the samples and the information.  All opinions in this review are mine alone.


2 comments:

Jen said...

EWW that bottle was nasty looking. There should of been a disclaimer at the top of this post. I was eating....LOL!!!

Sweet Tea said...

Wisk has been around for a long time. I always think of it as a spot remover, rather than a laundry detergent. Good info.