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Best Stain Remover For Baby Clothes

Best Stain Remover For Baby Clothes

Have you ever had an absolutely adorable baby outfit ruined by that yellow baby spit-up stain? How about a diaper blow out? Removing tough stains can be tricky but this homemade stain remover for baby clothes has worked wonders for me! DIY baby stain remover is very easy to make and uses common ingredients most people already have on hand. Save this awesome stain remover recipe if you have babies or kids. Life gets messy and you’re going to need a reliable stain remover!

I received several bags of hand-me-down clothes from a friend for our baby girl. I was so thankful for the adorable outfits. However, I soon discovered that many of the clothes had that infamous yellow baby spit-up stain all over them.

Did you know that stains can appear months after you pack your baby clothes away? It’s easy to think the baby clothes you organize and put away are clean. But when you take them out for baby #2, you may find that half of your baby items are “ruined” with yellow stains! I’m not sure why this happens but I definitely experienced it with my stash of baby clothes.

Nevertheless, you can easily make this DIY baby stain remover using 3 simple ingredients. Save all your adorable baby clothing items from ruin and give this stain remover for baby clothes a try.

Best stain remover for baby clothes

How to Make Stain Remover For Baby Clothes

Ingredients (make a larger batch if treating a whole bunch of clothes at once!)

  • 1 tbsp. Dawn dish soap (the blue kind!)
  • 1 tbsp. baking soda
  • 2 tbsp. hydrogen peroxide (see the note below)

Supplies

  • Small mixing bowl
  • Old toothbrush or scrub brush

How to Apply Stain Remover For Baby Clothes

To make homemade stain remover for baby clothes, first add all ingredients to a medium sized bowl. Mix well!

Next, use an old toothbrush to work the solution into the yellow spots on your baby clothes. You can use a spoon to spread the stain remover over the entire stained area. Apply liberally and scrub away!

Allow the baby stain remover solution to sit on the stain for at least a couple hours or overnight for heavily soiled items.

Finally, wash the baby clothes as normal in your washing machine. You may want to check your clothes before drying them. If there is still a stain visible, treat the clothing item again, wash and dry as usual.

How to make baby stain remover

Important! Even in diluted form, the hydrogen peroxide can have a “bleaching” effect on clothing. If you use this stain remover for baby clothes on an item you really love, you may want to test the color-fastness before treating the entire garment. I used this baby stain remover on many colored outfits with no problem at all. I noticed one light pink outfit faded a bit, but I had let that one soak over night. However, everything I else treated turned out wonderfully!

Easy baby stain remover for baby clothes

Awesome Baby Stain Remover

I have had such great success using this stain remover for baby clothes recipe, even for removing set-in stains. I pass this recipe along to the new moms in my life because I know it will come in handy someday, especially if you reuse baby clothes or receive hand-me-downs.

Have you tried this baby stain remover? Tell us your experience in the comments below!


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Debra
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Thanks for sharing this stain remover. Some stains on kids clothing are not easy to clean. It looks very bad. I was looking for some tips about how to clean baby clothes. Your site is very helpful and informative!

Margaret
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I like your baby clothes care tips. The baby skin is so sensitive, and it is essential to take proper care especially when a mom wash baby clothes. Finding your post is excellent. It is helpful. Thank you.

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Andrew Powell

Your post is very helpful for washing baby clothes. My wife will appreciate these tips.

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Lynzel

Can a blue detergent thats used for washing clothes replace the dawn?

Flesher
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I appreciate your work. The newborn baby skin is so sensitive and it is important to take proper care especially when a mom wash baby clothes. It’s really nice to find your post. It is helpful. Thank you

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Love this DIY stain remover. We featured you in our recent Food Dyes post!

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Allen

Thanks for this great natural stain remover for taking out stains on baby clothes. Sounds great!

Biti
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Hey Karen,
A stain remover is a great idea! Removing is definitely the way to go for those tough stains. I’ll be taking your advice for sure. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Laura

This looks like it works great! Thanks for the recipe!