Monday, August 24, 2009

Stubborn Baby Stains?


Anyone with a baby knows what its like to take a fresh load out of the washing machine and find a bunch of your child's clothes still stained. This used to be frustrating. Not anymore. Thanks to my mother, I've found a natural way to clean stubborn baby poo from fabrics. All you have to do is wash the item by hand to get out the excess. Then put the wet item in the hot sun and leave it for a few hours. That's it. The sun will do all the work! To the right is a picture of a sun-bleached cloth diaper that was DIR-TY (and I mean really dirty). As you can see, its looks brand new, and it hasn't even been through the washer yet.
Note: You may not want to do this with brightly colored clothes because that sun is a power thing. It'll turn your red to pink and your black to grey.

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  1. Hello:) Thanks for stopping by my site! I'm a little slow in my blogging and with school age kids they keep me busy!!! I love the diaper tip I'll will pass it on, I'm soooo thankful I'm done with those:)

  2. *Popping in from SITS!

    Great tip! I'm on my way to potty training! Wish me luck! :-)

  3. Stopping by from SITS...

    Cool! That might work for other all-white things that are stained as well, right?

    I know the Clorox Bleach Pen works miracles. I had an ink stain on a white pair of shorts that was HUGE, and solid black. I used the bleach pen and it came out good as new.


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