Wisk Challenge #3 ~ Removing An Oil Stain (review)

While I've been a part of this campaign, I've been talking about the messes kids make and how Wisk can make that mess disappear and save your clothes. Isn't it just easier to blame the stains on the kids?

It sure is.

The truth, however, is that moms can make stains just as easily as our kids can. Of course, we don't necessarily dive in the grass or squirt ketchup all over ourselves. But something most of us use every day can make for a different kind of stain.

Oil stains are pretty popular in the laundry {think peanut butter} but my example today is done using makeup.

Join me in a part of my morning routine.

So, I have this fabulous, new lip gloss that I pull out of my oh so cute, cosmetic bag. I make sure to check the mirror to make sure I've applied it evenly.


I'm pretty happy with that but I want to make sure that it doesn't get on my teeth so I'll give my lips a blot on my towel.


Oh, whoops! I hate when I get makeup on a towel like that because it's SO hard to get out. This time, I'm going to try using Wisk on it so I'll pre-treat the stain with detergent.


Now I'll rub that in and let it sit for a few minutes so the Wisk can work it's stain-lifting magic.

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Alright, off to the sink to rinse it out with warm water. Let's hope this works!


Nice! The stain is lifted and removed completely from the towel. I was a bit concerned that it would settle in the grain of the fabric but it was obviously no match for Wisk.


And just so you can see that I wasn't showing you a different spot on the towel, I spread the towel out.

Now that I know that Wisk can lift any and every stain that I throw at it, I'm a lifetime customer. This is my go-to detergent for those pesky stains that we're always running into in my home. I really hope that you're as impressed as I am with the different tests I've done.

Just in case you missed it, you can feel free to revisit removing a grass stain and removing a ketchup stain.

I've really enjoyed this campaign and am so happy to have been a part of it.

**This post is sponsored by Wisk.  I received monetary compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own. Others may not agree or may have a different experience.
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