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2 Comments

  • Reply Jenny July 23, 2018 at 6:33 pm

    Hi- Do you have a recommendation for effective stain remover for baby clothes that is nontoxic? My toddler started painting activities at day care and the clothing stains won’t come out. Please help! Thanks so much!

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      Reply Anele July 24, 2018 at 3:53 pm

      Hi Jenny,

      My go-to is Better Life dish soap. Put a few drops directly on the stain and gently rub in right after school. We wash with the rest of the laundry once or twice a week. A quick note, be careful with reds and other deep/rich colors, they may or may not bleed when treated with dish soap, so it may be wise to wash separately. My children are dressed in Hanna Anderson clothing (I dont miss a 40% off sale!) and we have never had a problem with bleeding colors, but depending on the brand, it may or may not be an issue.

      If the stain if from berries, blueberries, strawberries or such, pour boiling water on the stain and watch it disapear. It really works!

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