How to Remove Carrot Baby Food Stains
Everything is exciting for your little newborn. Even feeding time is met with giggles as each spoon “train” chugs its way towards the “tunnel”. Amazinghood is not just about being there for those first smiles and first giggles with your tiny bundle of joy, but also for those first little stains that drop down on your baby’s clothes.
Baby Meets Carrot Stains
Those precious moments when your darling claps with excitement at his or her favorite baby food, which comes in all kinds of exciting tastes and colors, are unforgettable. However, stained clothes will happen, and when your baby drops carrot baby food on his onesie, Dreft can help you clean up the mess.
Removing Tough Stains
Luckily for parents, Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent is here help with a stain removal solution for those carrots that your little one enjoys so much.
With its hypoallergenic formula that’s designed to be tough on stains, Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent not only helps you with how to remove tough stains, it’s also specially designed to be gentle for your precious newborn. That’s why Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent is the #1 pediatrician recommended baby detergent and trusted by moms for more than 80 years.
Dreft takes care of the mess so you can spend more time enjoying those beautiful first moments with your baby, including those first smiles, first gurgles, and of course those first mealtimes… even if it ends in a stain or two.
Check out the following steps on how to remove tough stains like carrot baby food, while being gentle with your baby’s skin.
Stain removal steps
Remove Excess:Wipe off any excess before rinsing under cold, running water. The higher the water pressure, the easier it will be to remove the stain.
Pour:Pour Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent from either the bottle or cap all over the stained area.
Pre-treat:Create a soaking solution by adding 1 ounce or 1 ½ tablespoons of Dreft per gallon of warm water. Weigh the items down by placing a white towel on top, and leave to soak for 30 minutes.
Dose:Use the cap to dose the correct amount of detergent, which you will find on the pack. Pour it into the detergent dispenser if you have a high-efficiency machine, or directly into the drum if you have a non-HE machine.
Load:Load the stained clothes into the washer.
Wash:Always follow the instructions on the garment’s care label when choosing the wash cycle and water temperature.
Unload:If the stain persists after washing, repeat these steps before putting the clothes in the dryer, as drying will set the stain.
Stains come in a rainbow of colors and types. Food stains on clothes, alone, present you with a diverse range of stain challenges. Sometimes you’ll find that your baby’s whole lunch menu has been painted down the front of that tiny shirt. However, stain removal is not enough. You’ll also want to make sure you use a gentle detergent that’s delicate on your baby’s skin. That’s why Dreft is the #1 pediatrician recommended baby detergent that is also trusted by moms.
Dreft can help with a variety of vegetable and fruit stains like blueberries and bananas, as well as the general mess that comes with a growing baby. Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent has been specially designed to give you the results you want, while the hypoallergenic formula will keep your baby happy.