How to Remove Pear Pineapple Baby Food Stains
Mealtime can get a little bit exciting for your little one. The next thing you know, your baby has food stains, like pear or pineapple baby food stains, everywhere. But there’s nothing to worry about. While treasured moments such as these new experiences often come with messes and stains, don’t worry - it’s just another one of the great adventures into the world of Amazinghood.
Of course, when baby food stains get “everywhere” that’s also likely to mean tough stains on clothes. Luckily for parents of precious newborns, Dreft is here to help you clean up life’s little messes.
Baby Meets Pear Pineapple Baby Food Stains
Your darling tiny baby looks so happy when feeding time comes around, and you find it hard to resist those little giggles. And though you’ll treasure these memories as your baby grows into an active toddler, there’s no doubt that dinnertime can bring with it some messy moments.
Unfortunately, along with new flavors come stained clothes, and your baby’s jumpsuits will undoubtedly make friends with some new colors at mealtime. This can leave moms and dads wondering just how to remove stains from baby clothes without irritating your baby’s skin.
Pear and pineapple can both be bad offenders, leaving brown patches on your little one’s clothes. Even though it may seem like pear stains and pineapple stains will leave permanent marks, this doesn’t have to be the case.
How to Remove Tough Stains
Luckily for parents, Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent has a stain solution for the pear and pineapple that your little one enjoys so much. Dreft is specially made to be tough on stains while caring for your newborn baby’s skin. That’s why Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent is the #1 pediatrician recommended baby detergent and also trusted by moms. For more than 80 years, moms across the country have trusted Dreft to take care of the laundry, while its hypoallergenic formula takes care of your newborn’s skin.
Just follow these simple steps on how to remove tough stains from clothes.
Stain removal steps
Remove Excess:Brush any pear or pineapple bits off the garment before rinsing under cold, running water. The higher the water pressure, the easier stain removal will be.
Pour:Pour Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent from either the cap or the bottle onto the stain, completely covering it.
Pre-treat:Create a soaking solution by adding 1 ounce or 1 ½ tablespoons of Dreft per gallon of warm water. Soak the garment for about 30 minutes, weighting it down with a white towel to keep it submerged.
Dose:Use the cap to dose the correct amount of Dreft, following the instructions on the pack. Pour it into the detergent dispenser if you have a high-efficiency machine, or directly into the drum.
Load:Load the stained clothes into the washer.
Wash:Wash as you usually would, following the instructions on the garment’s care label.
Unload:If the stain persists after washing, repeat these steps before drying, as drying will set the stain.
Babies come hand-in-hand with stains, whether it’s baby food stains from mealtime or grass stains from playtime in the garden. Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent takes care of the laundry so hardworking moms and dads can spend more time enjoying special moments with their precious angel.
So simply swaddle your bundle of joy in fabric washed with a gentle detergent like Dreft’s hypoallergenic formula, and embrace the stains that come with your newborn’s growing curiosity about the world.