Baby Clothes Cleaning (Part II)

Posted on Mar 12 2012 at 12:30:29 PM in House & Garden

Hello, dear moms! At the previous article you learned how to wash your baby clothes and how to remove food stains. I hope that you have applied them correctly. And your baby is happy with its clean clothes. Maybe you do not know, but your little child understands when something is wrong and something is good. So, do not underrate its laughing opinion. 


The new cleaning tips, which you will learn are about  the baby body fluids and the bad odour coming from the clothes.


To remove the bad odour you need of the following cleaning tools:


- colour safe bleach


- washing machine 


- dryer or you can hang the clothes out.And here is the cleaning process, which I learned from house cleaners Sydney.


It is good to wash the clothes with hot water. Fill the washing machine and pour the bleach. I think, that first you have read the labels, right? I repeated that step a few times in the previous article and I do not think, that it is necessary to do it again. Place the garment in the washing machine and start it. It is recommended to dry them immediately after the wash cycle finish. That way will help you to remove the bad odour easier. If you have any other questions, you can ask some professional cleaners. 


So, what we have to learn more - how to clean body fluids. 


The best advice, which someone can give you is to clean the stains when you see them. Do not leave the clothes with the spots.


Cleaning tools to use:


- toothbrush


- washing machine


- dryer- laundry cleaner


- baby stain remover (spray)


House cleaning Sydney recommends spraying the clothes with the cleaner. After that, you have to use the toothbrush. Rub the stains with ti and wait for 10-15 minutes. Now, you can prepare the washing machine. Fill it with hot water and pour the cleaning detergent. Add the garment and run the cycle. When the washing machine finish make sure that the stains are not on the clothes any more and dry them. But if you see some small spot, you have to wash them again, or consult with professional cleaners.

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Created: Mar 12 2012 at 12:30:29 PM
Updated: Mar 12 2012 at 12:30:29 PM
Category: House & Garden
Language: English