How to Remove Turkey or Beef with Gravy Baby Food Stains
When newborns taste pureed foods for the first time, it’s a big milestone for mom, dad and the little one. For your baby, it’s the start of a new and exciting phase of exploring different flavors. While your little one will love some of these first food experiences, your precious angel is bound not to like some so much. But along with these firsts, this period also heralds a new phase in terms of the kinds of stained clothes that await parents when doing the laundry.
One challenging stain can be meat and gravy stains that can leave a greasy, brown mess behind them. Whether it’s turkey or beef, or sticky gravy that’s been spilt on your child’s fresh clothes, these stains don’t have to render the clothes unwearable.
How to Get Stains Out of Clothes
Simply follow the steps below and with the help of Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent your baby’s clothes will be ready for another day of adventure. So, if you have a meat or gravy stain situation on your hands, grab some Dreft and follow these steps that will help with how to remove tough stains from meat or gravy.
Stain removal steps
Remove excessScrape off excess meat or gravy from the garment before rinsing under cold, running water. Use a higher water pressure to make stain removal easier.
PourPour Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent onto the stain (from either the cap or bottle), covering it completely.
Pre-treatCreate a soaking solution in a bucket, sink or bowl by adding 1 ounce or 1 ½ tablespoons of Dreft per gallon of warm water. Soak the stained clothes for 30 minutes, and place a white towel on top to submerge the items.
DosePour the correct dose of Dreft into the cap, following the instructions on the packet. Add it to the detergent dispenser of your high-efficiency machine, or directly into the drum if you have a non-HE machine.
LoadLoad the stained clothes into the washer.
WashChoose a wash cycle according to the information on the garment’s care label.
UnloadIf the stain persists after washing, repeat these steps before drying, as drying will set the stain.
And there you have it. Those beef, turkey and gravy stains will be gone with the help of Dreft. It’s no wonder Dreft has been trusted by moms to wash their newborn’s clothes for more than 80 years. It’s also trusted by pediatricians – that’s why it’s the #1 pediatrician recommended baby detergent to use for the clothes you wrap your baby’s skin in.
With its specially designed, hypoallergenic formula, Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent is gentle on your newborn’s skin, but still tough on stains. This gentle detergent can also help with other mealtime messes like baby formula and grape juice stains.
For many of the laundry challenges your newborn will undoubtedly pose, choose the detergent that’s recommended by Pampers. Dreft is the detergent you really need for the kinds of stains that little babies typically make!