Stains, Stains, Go Away…. By: Htay Paw, Susan Winter a nd Kristen Allen. S. 2 Types of Many Common Stains. Oil based stain Comes from plants or animals Car or motor oil Hand/suntan lotions Butter Bacon Cooking oils Ointments Salad dressings. Protein based stain Blood
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By: Htay Paw, Susan Winter
and Kristen Allen
Oil based stain
Protein based stain
Before liquid detergents, pre-treatments consisted of making pastes out of powder detergents
Launched in 1956 as 1st liquid laundry detergent and ultimate stain fighter
1968, “Ring Around the Collar” Campaign
2012, Wisk introduced newest breakthrough in cleaning – “Deep Clean”
(Arm & Hammer Ingredients, 2010)
Question: Which brand of detergent will get the vegetable oil and Turmeric Powder mixture out completely compared to the original swatch of cotton fabric?
Variable: Cold Water
Arm & Hammer
(“Every Day Chemistry - Why Does,” n.d.).
How does the change in water temperature used affect the removal of the stain?
Claim: The hotter the water used, the more the stain will be removed compared to the original swatch of fabric
Variable: Hot Water
Water Temperature Change:
Which detergent will get the protein mixture out completely using cold water compared to the original swatch of cotton?
Wisk will remove the baby food carrot stain the most completely compared to the original fabric.
Variable:Baby food, Carrots
Arm & Hammer
Wisk was best overall laundry detergent using the different variables
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