Sunday, February 8, 2015

Natural way to remove stains from your baby clothes

Every moms wants to protect or prevent to get stain our baby’sclothes.  Whether we like it or not, we can’t.  Our children grab anything they want to get, eat food anything they want, playing outside our house---and then all of a sudden their favorite clothes get dirt and stain. I myself have a 7 months old daughter, sometimes she grabs our food accidentally and spill it to her dress. If this will happen to your little one’s dress, wash it immediately using water or use the remedies below. 

White Vinegar. 
It’s an old school way of removing stain but I find it effective. Just pour a small amount of white vinegar to stain and leave it for 3-5 minutes then rinse it. Repeat the process if needed.

Lemon or calamansi

Cut or slice the lemon or calamansi then rub lemon/calamansi juice into the stain. Leave 10 minutes then rinse it.

Detergents and soaps  
For mild stain wash it with detergent and soap. Leave it for 15-30 minutes then rinse it.

This is effective on sweat, underarm deodorant stain, red wine and blood stain. Just apply to the stain.

There you go the 4 natural ways to remove stain from your baby's clothes. It’s important to use natural remedies specially if you baby has sensitive skin.
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