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@xomrsmeasom Asks The Laundress: How To Remove Baby Bathroom Stains

May 9, 2016

Despite their small (and adorable) size, babies can leave big messes. Here’s how we helped mommy and lifestyle blogger @xomrsmeasom remove the blowout stains from her sheets with the New Mom Starter Kit. Whether you’re dealing with a diaper leak or a formula spit-up, we know how to fix the issue using effective formulas that are gentle enough for babies’ soft skin. Then you can get back to enjoying your little ones.

For poop messes on babies’ cotton or linen clothing (or your clothing), bedding, and everywhere/anywhere else it gets, pretreat with a combination of our allergen-free stain fighting combo: The Laundress Stain Solution and The Laundress All-Purpose Bleach Alternative. Simply apply Stain Solution directly to the affected area and strengthen the formula by sprinkling All-Purpose Bleach Alternative on the Stain Solution to create a powerful paste. Work the solution into the fabric using your finger or our Stain Brush.

For added cleaning power, pour boiling water from a kettle onto the affected area. The force of the pouring water helps to do the work. You can also use water from a faucet set to its highest water pressure output. Follow by soaking the item in a basin filled with hot water. If the stain is not completely gone, repeat this process until satisfied.

Finish by laundering with our nontoxic, sweet-smelling Baby Detergent specially formulated to be the gentlest choice for baby’s sensitive skin. This detergent is tough on stains and preserve the longevity of baby’s most frequently washed items.

Note: If the item is stained with urine, before following the below steps, soak it in a basin of hot water mixed with our All-Purpose Bleach Alternative. This will break down the uric acid to remove the odor.

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