How to Remove Spaghetti Sauce Stains
As your baby grows, he or she will become more active in the playground and more adventurous at mealtimes. But with this exploration come a variety of new stains that you may not have met yet at laundry time. Your little one might surprise you from time to time with the kind of stains that they will get on their clothes. For your baby, lunch and dinner are prime times for stains. But, that doesn’t mean doing the laundry needs to be a drama.
Spaghetti Sauce Stains on Clothes
Spaghetti is a mealtime favorite for growing babies, but spaghetti sauce is hard to eat nicely, even at the best of times. Even some adults struggle to keep those red splashes of spaghetti sauce off their tops while eating pasta, so who can blame children for getting spaghetti sauce stains everywhere?
Besides, no one can deny how much fun it is to do the spaghetti suck - even though this is the surest way to get spaghetti sauce stains literally everywhere. So, while spaghetti is a great, quick meal option for busy moms and dads, the downside is that you could be finding those tomato sauce stains on clothes for days.
Stain Removal from Clothes
With Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent, those pesky spaghetti sauce stains are a thing of the past. This detergent is able to remove 99% of baby food stains, so Dreft is what you need in your corner, even for the toughest baby food stain challenges that parenthood throws your way. Now you can enjoy this precious time with your baby (including spaghetti sucks!) without having to worry about the stain aftermath.
If you’ve got a spaghetti sauce stain disaster on your hands, and you’re wondering how to remove spaghetti sauce stain, just follow these easy steps that will help you banish that stain
Stain removal steps
Remove excessDab off any excess from stained area, then rinse the stain under cold, running water. The higher the water pressure, the easier stain removal will be.
PourPour Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent, from either the cap or bottle, all over the spaghetti sauce stain.
Pre-treatAllow the garments to soak for up to 30 minutes in a bucket, sink or bowl. Add 1 ounce or 1 ½ tablespoons of Dreft per gallon of warm water. Keep the items submerged by placing a white towel on top.
DoseUse the cap to dose the correct amount of detergent. Instructions can be found on the packet. Pour the detergent into the dispenser of your high-efficiency machine, or directly into the drum.
LoadLoad the stained clothes into the washer.
WashChoose a wash cycle and water temperate according to the instructions on the garment’s care label.
UnloadIf the stain has been completely removed, pop the item in the dryer. If not, repeat this process. Drying will set the stain, so only dry once the stain is gone.
And that’s all it takes! You have successfully removed that spaghetti sauce stain! With Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent, cleaning your baby’s clothes in a way that’s gentle on their skin but tough on stains is easy. It’s no wonder Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent is recommended by Pampers. Your little one’s clothes will not only look clean, but will smell as fresh as a baby, too!
Because moms and dads naturally want to spend more time having fun and exploring the world with their little angel and less time doing the laundry, it’s worth keeping Dreft Stage 2: Active Baby Detergent on hand to deal with stains
Plus, as your baby becomes more active and starts to explore different foods like mashed peas, chocolate pudding, ketchup and peaches you’ll be glad to have a detergent on your side that helps to fight the challenging food stains that will no doubt follow. Because, one way or another, there are bound to be stains on clothes as your little explorer goes on more and more adventures.