Even if you wash it, it won't come off easily , so you may end up using it while it's still dirty, or throw it away if it gets too dirty.
Therefore, this time, we will introduce the basic method of washing ``regurgitated dirt'' and ``drool dirt,'' which are inevitable when living with a baby.
What are the yellow stains on baby clothes and bibs?Why do vomit dirt and drool dirt , which are unique to babies, turn into yellow stains? Their true identity is the proteins , carbohydrates , and fats contained in breast milk and milk.
Proteins harden over time, and lipids turn yellow due to oxidation .
Therefore, breast milk, milk, and drool that the baby spits up on baby clothes and bibs will turn into hard, yellow stains if not thoroughly washed off.
How to wash baby's milk and breast milk vomit stains and drool stainsIt takes a lot of effort to clean baby clothes and hair styles that have yellow stains.
Especially since you're taking care of a baby, you don't have time to remove stains.
Here, we'll show you how to avoid the hassle of removing stains by properly removing stains from baby clothes and hairdos before they become stains .
After regurgitating breast milk/milk, first rinse with water.The proteins contained in breast milk and milk have the property of solidifying over time .
It also has the property of solidifying at about 50 degrees .
If your baby spits it back up, wash it with water as soon as possible to remove any dirt.
Pre-wash with sesquicarbonate soda for mild washingAfter rinsing the vomited dirt with water, pre-wash with sesquicarbonate of soda and massage before putting it in the washing machine.
However, it does not have strong cleaning power , so it has the disadvantage that it cannot remove stubborn stains.
Steps to remove dirt from regurgitated milk or breast milk
dissolve detergentAdd about 2 teaspoons of sesquicarbonate soda to 2L of water and dissolve.
put it onLeave it on for about 3 hours and then massage it lightly.
Rinse and put in the washing machineAfter rinsing with clean water, put it in the washing machine and wash it.
If you have "drool stains" or "milk vomit stains" stains, remove the discolored pigment with bleach.Even if you think you've washed your clothes thoroughly, yellow stains may have appeared over time.
In such cases, you can also use oxygen bleach to remove the discolored pigment .
Oxygen bleach has a higher alkalinity than sesquicarbonate and is better at removing stains.
By using it in the washing machine with your regular detergent, you can expect even higher cleaning effects.
For stubborn stains, we recommend soaking the clothes before putting them in the washing machine.
However, bleach is more likely to destroy stains than to lift them off.
Frequent use of bleach can damage the fibers, cause them to become thinner, or cause holes, as it has the effect of destroying the fibers as well as the dirt on the clothes.
put it onSoak in hot water containing oxygen bleach for 5 to 30 minutes.
rinseAfter confirming that the dirt has been removed, rinse thoroughly.
put it in the washing machinePut it in the washing machine and wash it. Oxygen bleach is convenient because it can be used on colored and patterned items, but when it removes stains, it actually destroys the fibers as well.
Please consider the frequency of use when using it.
Lift up and remove "drool stains" and "milk vomit stains"! Gently clean stains with linennaThe last thing I would like to introduce is Linenna's soaking detergent.
Contains enzymes that break down proteins and lipids , lifting dirt from fibers instead of breaking it down.
It is a cleaning method that does not damage the fibers , so you can use it with confidence even on delicate baby clothes.
It thoroughly removes dirt that causes stains, preventing stains from forming.
It also cleans away any stains that have already formed.
Linen, a detergent that is excellent for removing milk stains and poop stains
meltDissolve the linenna in a bucket of hot water at about 40℃.
put it onSoak the dirt thoroughly and leave it on for at least 30 minutes.
put it in the washing machinePut the cleaning solution into the washing machine and do your usual laundry.
Report from a person who kept the bib with linennaA must-see for anyone who wants to remove stains from baby clothes! We would like to introduce the before and after photos of @sacha_sng_laboratory and @mami_13r who washed their bib with Rinenna.
Cleans dirt that cannot be removed by regular washing
Before｜Milk stains on your favorite bib
Posted by @sacha_sng_laboratoryAfter putting #Rinenna in hot water that does not require washing, wash it in the washing machine as usual.
After｜Just leave it on without massaging to remove yellowing and odor.The dirt from Haru's milk on my favorite @ki_rotime.teshigotoya309's Usako bib, which never came off with regular washing, and the yellowing on my husband's T-shirt collar were completely removed.
In addition, I soaked the children's hand towels and other items to remove yellowing and odors.Linenna detergent is great for stains such as baby urine, milk stains, blood stains, sweat stains, etc. that are difficult to remove with regular laundry. , it seems like it can be removed just by applying it without massaging it.
It is environmentally friendly as it does not use fluorescent agents and all ingredients are made from biodegradable raw materials, and it also removes dirt from the washing tub with repeated use.
Posted by @sacha_sng_laboratory (from Instagram)
Gentle detergent that can be used on baby clothes
Before｜Styles that frequently get dirty due to spilled food
Posted by @mami_13rI found a stylish, cute, and smart detergent ❤️ I really want moms to use this ❤️ #I'm glad I met you Mom's ally @rinennanewyork . My younger child has started eating a lot of different things, and his clothes and bib get really dirty.
After｜Remove food spills just by soakingJust by putting it in this detergent, it looks so beautiful ❤️❤️ By the way, I was able to remove sauce, tomato ketchup, and yakiniku sauce just by putting it on ❤️❤️ .Linenna #1 does not contain fluorescent ingredients and can be used for babies, so it was a gift. I think you'll like it too ❤️ Posted by @mami_13r (from Instagram) Would you like to thoroughly remove the vomit dirt and drool dirt from your baby and dress them in your favorite baby clothes neatly and cleanly? It can be safely used on clothing for adults as well as babies.
It is also a great gift for baby showers.