any ideas on taking poop stains out of baby clothes?
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Kristen - posted on 07/06/2010
I always take the outfit right to the sink after i finish changing my daughter. I usually put a little dish soap on it and run it under cold to luke warm water and scrub it together until it is all gone... i scrub it out of the water and lavender it up real good rinse it and if it needs to be scrubbed out more i do it some more until i can't see it or its is hardly even there anymore then i put it in the next load of laundry and that usually gets it all out or almost completely out enough to where it is not noticeable.
Jenette - posted on 07/06/2010
This may sound odd but-while working at a vet clinic we used to use peroxide to get everything off our scrubs-blood, fecal matter, urine, vomit etc...it got out the stains without messing up the materials or colors of our clothes-I do the same thing with my daughters stuff when it gets messy.
Kyla - posted on 07/30/2010
oxy-clean, my daughter has had problems pooping so i give her prune juice, wich makes it runny it goes EVERY WHERE, like on her clothes! i use oxy-clean in a regular wash of clothes. get it at walmart its like 15$ its worth it :)
Dawn - posted on 07/08/2010
Dawn dishwashing liquid straight on the stain rub it and rinse presto its gone. I used it on my oldest daughters close she spit up alot also and it worked on those stains also..Shout works well also i use it on my babies clothes now I just spray it rub it in and throw it in the wash
Jennifer - posted on 07/07/2010
My 6 month old always has blow outs in her diapers. I would try soaking it in hot soapy water. Then scrub it with bar soap. I use Zest but I think any kind will work. You might have to do this several times. But it usually comes out
Sara - posted on 07/06/2010
I use a spray called Totally Toddler....you can get it at Babies R Us. It has taken out food, spit up, poop...everything so far! I just am sure to treat it as soon as I can and then even if I have to wait a while to wash, it will still take it out. They even sell it in wipes, which I keep a pack in my diaper bag for explosions away from home....they work great! Good luck!
Kerrie - posted on 07/04/2010
I have been successful with Napisan pre-wash soak, but unfortunately not after those clothes have already been through the dryer! (I hate it when it happens to your favorite clothes) You can eventually get the stains out just by pre-soaking and washing a few times..but not always. Good luck!
Andrea - posted on 06/29/2010
I use the dry oxyclean powder or a generic brand like oxo brite. I soak the clothes in the sink with a scoop or two (depending on how big of a stain) and 100% of all the blow-out stains (which were many) have been completely removed from all of my daughter's clothes, even a white Christening dress- good as new. Try it. It really works.
Jamie - posted on 06/25/2010
I keep a bucket of water and oxyclean powder diluted in it. What ever stain my son comes up with (food, poo, etc) I rinse it, toss it in the bucket, let soak for a day then wash with all his other clothes. Has worked like a charm for me.
Rena - posted on 06/24/2010
Blue Dawn dish detergent is an amazing stain remover. Whenever my son has gotten poop on his outfit I rub some on it and let it sit for 24 hours (usually a little less than that) then throw it in the wash. It even has worked on set in stains.
Frederique - posted on 06/23/2010
I use clothes diapers so I get a lot of poop stain (of all colors!). So far, I have managed to best remove them by placing them in direct sunlight for at least a 1/2 day; just a light shadow is left if anything...
(BTW, no luck with chlorine which anyway, I didn't feel like using in the first place)
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