Wisk PowerBlasts Put to the Test

By | May 10, 2013 at 11:35 am | One comment | For the home

Disclosure: I received the below mentioned product from Wisk in exchange for my honest review and promotion of this event. I received no other product or monetary compensation for this honest review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
When it comes to housework and cleaning, I’m all about simplifying.

So when I was offered the opportunity to try out Wisk’s new Deep Clean PowerBlasts, “1 pac per load,” I jumped at the chance.

No measuring, no drips — just toss in a pac per load and “hit go.”

As if that weren’t great enough, I was super excited to learn that Wisk Deep Clean PowerBlasts clean more than just dirt on the surface. These guys actually attack  hidden body oils and sweat that can tarnish clothes over time, thanks to a patented Micro-Cleaner.

Wisk Deep Clean PowerBlasts dissolve completely in the wash, even in cold water, and are safe for all washing machines — high efficiency, non-high efficiency, front loaders and top loaders. PowerBlasts are sealed in a water soluble film that dissolves completely, even in coldwater, to release the active detergent throughout the wash, leading to laundry that is deep down clean and free of any packaging materials.

The PowerBlasts were recently put to the test: I brought a few with us on our family trip to Disney World, where I knew that sweat and dirt would be a part of the package.

Wisk Deep Clean PowerBlasts didn’t disappoint. The clothes, socks, shoes, and backpacks all emerged from the wash visibly cleaner, de-funked, and smelling great.

Look for new Wisk Deep Clean PowerBlasts at grocery and discount stores near you — including Target, Walmart, and Food Lion — prices start at just $5.99. It’s available in 24-load, 48-load, and 84-load quantities.