Mom shares a little-known way to remove stains from baby clothes — and it’s free
A mum has shared her top tip for removing food and poop stains from her baby’s clothes without using expensive products — and while it sounds too good to be true, she swears it works
Babies sure make a big mess for people this small.
New moms face many stains on baby clothes, but perhaps the most stubborn of all is feces.
No one tells you when you’re pregnant how many laundry you’re going to do each day. Otherwise, you’ll end up tossing countless baby grows in the bin and spending a fortune replacing them every time there’s a stubborn stain.
But there’s good news for moms, as one parent claims to have figured out a simple, one-step trick to removing some of the toughest stains from your baby’s clothes — and it doesn’t involve paying for fancy powders or detergents.
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The genius mom shared her wisdom back in 2019 in a Facebook group Cleaning Hacks, Tips and Recommendations — but the trick is timeless and it costs absolutely nothing to try it yourself.
She posted a picture of her little one’s white onesie smothered in tomato sauce alongside an “after” picture of the same item, again a box-fresh white.
The woman explained her secret – and it’s as easy as hanging stained clothes on a clothesline in the sun.
It sounds too good to be true, but the mother claims it “really works” and we’re definitely intrigued.
She explained, “Before and after 24 hours on the line and no stain remover needed.”
And it seems she’s not the only one who figured out this free stain removal hack.
Another member replied: “It really works. Feces and tomato sauce stains will disappear after several hours outdoors in strong sunshine. Don’t ask how it works, it just works.”
And someone else wrote: “I do this all the time and most of the time it works great.”
Have you tried this trick at home? Let us know in the comments below.
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