How to Remove Blueberry Stains
They grow up so fast! As your little bundle of joy gets bigger by the day, you’ll find your baby is becoming more curious about the world. You’ll be there for your baby’s first crawl, those tiny first steps, and of course those stains on clothes that come from discovering the world of new foods, including delicious fruits.
Meet the Stains!
You’ll get to watch your little one’s eyes grow wide and that smile get even wider as he or she becomes spellbound with the wonder of everything new, such as tangy and tasty blueberries. But, as your pint-sized explorer starts to discover the world and ventures beyond the crib, your baby’s clothes will also meet new characters, like grass stains and dirt stains. Not to mention the mealtime stains that come with snacks like blueberries.
These little, blue-colored berries may taste good when raw or even better when cooked in dessert or baby food, but when your toddler spills it down their garment and you need to figure out how to remove stains from baby clothes, it’s just another adventure along the journey of Amazinghood.
How to Remove Stains from Baby Clothes
Luckily for parents, Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent helps remove those pesky blueberry stains, as well as other stains like grass and dirt stains, from your little darling’s clothes, while still being gentle for your active baby’s skin. Dreft helps you remove 99% of baby food stains while also wrapping your baby in a fresh scent that keeps your baby smelling like, well, a baby. Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent helps clean up the mess so you can spend more precious moments with your baby.
Blueberry stains on clothes can make laundry time harder, but check out our stain removal tips on how to remove tough stains from baby clothes with Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent!
Stain removal steps
Remove Excess:Brush off any extra bits of blueberry before rinsing under cold, running water. The higher the water pressure, the easier it is to remove stains.
Pour:Pour Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent from the bottle or cap onto the stain, making sure you cover it completely.
Pre-treat:Create a soaking solution by adding 1 ounce or 1 ½ tablespoons of Dreft per gallon of warm water. Soak the stained clothes for up to 30 minutes, placing a white towel on top to keep garments submerged.
Dose:Check the instructions on the pack and use the cap to measure the right dose. Pour it into the detergent dispenser if you have a high-efficiency machine, otherwise put it directly into the drum.
Load:Add the stained clothes into the washer.
Wash:Follow the instructions on the garment’s care label when choosing the wash temperature and wash cycle.
Unload:If you can still see the stain, repeat the previous steps before drying, as drying will set any remaining stain.
Now that you know how to remove blueberry stains, you can focus on the important things, like enjoying all those new moments with your growing - and increasingly active - baby.
Plus, whether you’re dealing with grass stains and dirt stains that happen while your curious toddler is taking those early steps in the park, or chocolate stains from that tasty pudding that your baby grins ear-to-ear for, Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent cleans up the mess so you can relish those beautiful moments together.