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How to Remove Stains From Baby Clothes | Parents

How to Remove Stains From Baby Clothes | Parents

Your baby is bound to get a spot on her clothes
at some point. We’ll help you wipe out five common stains. If your infant spits up, flush
the area with cool water, then apply a detergent or all- purpose stain remover that contains
enzymes, such as protease or amylase, directly to the stain. Check the ingredient list. Wash
the garment in warm water with an enzyme detergent and oxygen bleach combo, such as Bio Kleen
Oxygen Bleach Plus. To get rid of baby food stains, dunk the clothing in cold water, then
soak the stain for at least 15 minutes in equal parts water and rubbing alcohol, which
is safe for most fabrics when diluted. If that lifts the stain, toss the item in the
washer. If it doesn’t, soak the spot again in the equal parts water and white vinegar
before you wash it. When baby oil, cream, or petroleum jelly lands on your little one,
remove any excess [ unk ] with a spoon, then sprinkle the spot with talcum powder to absorb
the oil. Wait ten minutes, scrape the area again with the spoon, then treat it with a
stain remover and toss it in the wash. Soak formula or breast stains for a few minutes
in warm water before adding enzyme pre- soaked to the water. If the spot lingers, treat it
with a stain remover before washing the item. For a diaper blow out, shake any solids into
the toilet, then soak the garment for at least 15 minutes in a mixture of cold water and
enzyme detergent. Apply more enzyme detergent to the stain before washing it in cool water.
If the stain is still there when the cycle finishes, soak it in the oxygen bleach. When
the stain is gone, wash the garment in very hot water to sanitize it. Then, dry it in
the sun to bleach it further.

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