Baby Laundry: Taking care of your baby's cute clothes and cute toys
Daughters come as a boon. They bring happiness in your life and make you and your family complete. However, kids tend to bring along a little excessive work. It is amazing and worth thinking about how many stains such a small child can create. We really can't help you with every aspect of being a new parent, but we can go a long way in doing the laundry. New baby's skin is soft, supple and sensitive, so extra care is required when it comes to touching the skin. Cute baby clothes and adorable toys should be the cleanest and softest things and clothes in your home. This is to avoid further harm to your baby from irritation, allergies and overall discomfort.
v Before the baby arrives
The baby's room is finally ready, the little clothes are tucked away in the little drawers, and the crib is made and ready to go. Are you all right? Get the baby fast! Not so fast.. Do you know how many things your child might have touched on their clothes and blankets on their way from the factory to the store, and then the baby coming from the store where you bought them? Brand new clothing may have been chemically treated, containing factory and warehouse dirt and dust, and germs from people handling and caring for the clothing as well as people who touch the clothing in the shop Lots of germs and lots of bacteria.
Pre-washing your baby's cute clothes is very important to remove all the unknown things that may have been fixed by your carelessness. It also makes a lot of sense for all those sheets, baby blankets and other plush and tiny clothes that your dearest baby will come into contact with. Wash clothing at the temperature possible according to tags and labels. Also iron them at the highest temperature (if the label and tag allows) to kill any remaining bacteria and germs.
v Extra pre-baby laundry tip
Wash your washer! There are too many highly dirty clothes in your washing machine before your baby's cute and gorgeous clothes. Be sure to clean your washing machine before washing your baby's gorgeous clothes. Run an empty washer over the highest temperature of hot water with a tablespoon of white vinegar to kill all bacteria and bacteria that live inside it. Use it 2 to 3 times a week to keep your washer fresh, clean and hygienic.
v Branded and hygienic detergents and cleaning agents used for baby laundry
There are a number of specially formulated hygienic detergents available to meet the skin of your dearest baby and toddlers. Most baby care hygienic detergents will be available in your local market. Some families simply opt for common daily use detergents without harsh chemicals or fragrances, such as neutral or other pH neutral and dermatologic ally tested detergents that can damage baby clothes.
Avoid using fabric softener in your baby's dirty laundry, as dyes and perfumes can irritate your baby's skin. Instead, use or add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the load of the washer to soften clothes naturally.
v Removing stains on baby clothes
Stains should be treated and remedied as soon as possible. The sooner you remedy the stain, the easier and more feasible it will be to remove and remove it.
1. Remove as much of the stain as possible before starting the treatment.
2. Soak the cloth in cold water for about half an hour. This may be sufficient and appropriate for removing simple and easy stains such as saliva or urine. If the stain is as stubborn as excrement, leave the stain to pre-soak before proceeding with the cleaning agents.
3. For stubborn stains, mix a few cups of baking soda with water until it becomes a paste. Coat the stain with the mixture and let sit for about half an hour.
4. Wash clothing thoroughly as usual, following tag and labels instructions.
v Baby toys and bacteria
Soft toys like stuffed animals are every child's (first) best and closest friend. However, stuffed toys take a lot of abuse and can easily collect dirt, dust and bacteria. Keeping children's toys neat and clean is as important as keeping children's blankets and clothes clean. You can see how it can greatly affect the health of the baby if it is not washed from time to time.
*You can put a soft toy in the freezer overnight before taking the next step, so you can start killing the mites, dirt, dust, and bacteria.
1. Place the toy next to the pillow case or wash protector.
2. (Baby Suitable) Add anti-bacterial detergent and wash on gentle washing machine. To remove the smell, sprinkle a little baking soda on a soft, soft toy before placing it in the washer.
3. Add a little vinegar to the washing machine cycle to keep the toy soft, supple and fluffy.
4. Let the wet clothes air dry
Baby laundry note: Wash all toys separately from all clothing and be sure to check toy labels and tags for any specific washing instructions.