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Do you have a little one who is constantly getting stains on their clothes? Are you struggling to find the best way to get them out? Never fear, we are here to help! In this blog post, we will discuss the most effective ways to remove different types of stains from baby clothes. We will provide step-by-step instructions for each method, as well as tips and tricks that will make the process easier. So read on and become a stain-removal expert!

To Get Stains Out of Baby Clothes In 5 Easy Steps

1. First, identify the type of stain you’re dealing with. Is it a food stain? A diaper leak? Spittle-up? Knowing the source of the stain will help you determine the best way to treat it. 

2. If the item is stained with food, pretreat the area with a gentle laundry detergent before washing as usual. 

3. For diaper leaks, soak the item in cold water for 30 minutes before laundering. This will help to break down and loosen up any set-in stains. 

4. Spit-up stains can be treated with a mixture of one part vinegar to two parts water, lemon juice, or baking soda. Simply soak the item in this solution for 30 minutes before laundering it as usual. 

5. Be sure to always check the care label on clothing items before pretreating or washing, as some fabrics may be damaged by certain solutions or treatments. 

Baby Food Stains

Because baby food comes in all colors of the rainbow, these stains can look quite alarming, but there’s no need to panic. Just treat the stained baby clothes with this three-step method:

  1. Soak the garment in cold water for a few hours – or overnight, if possible.
  2. Rub a little Persil non-bio into the stain. Leave it for a few minutes to work its magic.
  3. Wash as normal, following the instructions on the care label.

Baby Poop Stains

It’s not the most pleasant of tasks, but every parent has to deal with it at some point! Here’s how to get baby poop stains out of clothes:

  1. Remove as much of the poo as possible. A good way to do this is to hold the stained clothing under running water.
  2. Pre-treat the stain with Persil non-bio liquid. Use the Stain Eraser Ball to rub a little of the liquid detergent into the poop stain, and leave it to work for a few minutes before popping the item of clothing in the wash.
  3. If you are washing with detergent alone, wash at the highest temperature possible. The care label will tell you what the maximum wash temperature is. Tip: If you’re washing a cloth nappy, it’s best not to use fabric softener, as the conditioning ingredients in fabric conditioner can make the nappy less absorbent.
  4. Add Persil Antibacterial Laundry Sanitiser to your wash in addition to your laundry detergent to kill 99.9% of viruses* and bacteria.
  5. Line-dry in direct sunlight, if possible. The sun has a natural bleaching effect on those yellow stains!

Just treat the stained baby clothes with this three-step method:

  1. Soak the garment in cold water for a few hours – or overnight, if possible.
  2. Rub a little Persil non-bio into the stain. Leave it for a few minutes to work its magic.
  3. Gently wash as normal, following the instructions on the care label.

Some Helpful Hints Wash Baby Clothes

There are many different types of stains, so there is no one-size-fits-all solution. However, there are some general tips that can help with most stains. First, always pre-treat the stain with a liquid laundry detergent before washing. This will help to loosen the stain and make it easier to remove. Second, use hot water when washing stained clothes because it will break down the stains more effectively than cold water. Finally, don’t put the stained clothing in the dryer until the stain is completely gone; otherwise, it will set the stain and be much harder to remove later on.

If you have a baby, chances are you have stained clothes. As anyone with a child knows, babies are messy. They spit up, they drool, and they Sometimes it seems like no matter what you do, the stains just won’t come out. But don’t worry, we’re here to help. Check out our blog post on the most effective way to get stains out of baby clothes.