How to Remove Squash Baby Food Stains
There’s never a dull moment when it comes to feeding your baby. Baby food comes in all colors, textures and tastes and has a way of ending up everywhere – even down the front of your little one’s bib or onesie. That means when feeding time gets a little exciting, food stains can end up in the most unusual places! Take squash baby food for example. If you’ve been trying to get your little one to eat more fruit and veggies, and you’re facing a squash baby food stain, then we have the laundry help you need.
Squash Baby Food Stains – Meet the Baby Clothes
Being a parent is a wonderful experience, but during this journey of Amazinghood, you’ll not only enjoy the picture-perfect moments, but endure the messy ones too. Removing stains from clothes can be tricky, especially when your bundle of joy has spilled orange puree down the front of his or her bib or top. Luckily for parents, help is on hand when it comes to stain removal from clothing.
Remove Stains from Clothes
Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent has a stain solution for the squash puree your little one enjoys so much. Dreft is specially designed to not only remove tough stains, but with its hypoallergenic formula, it also provides the ultimate care for your baby’s skin. So let Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent take care of the cleanup so that you can be there for the special moments as your little one grows.
Check out the following steps on how to remove stains from baby clothes.
Stain removal steps
Remove excessRemove any excess from the garment before rinsing under cold, running water. The higher the water pressure, the easier it will be to remove stains.
PourPour Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent from either the bottle or the cap onto the stain, covering it completely.
Pre-treatCreate a soaking solution by adding 1 ounce or 1 ½ tablespoons of Dreft per gallon of warm water. Soak the garment for up to 30 minutes, keeping it submerged by placing a white towel on top.
DoseUse the cap to dose the correct amount of detergent, following the instructions on the packet. Pour it into detergent dispenser if you have a high-efficiency machine, or directly into the drum.
LoadLoad the stained clothes into the washer.
WashFollow the instructions on the garment’s care label before choosing the right wash cycle.
UnloadIf the stain persists after washing, repeat the previous steps before tossing it in the dryer, as drying will set the stain.
Orange stains, be gone! Keep in mind that squash baby food stains are not the only kind of stains your baby's clothes can acquire at dinner time. Moms and dads have many other kitchen messes to contend with, such as green bean baby food stains and apple baby food stains. But it’s also important to wrap your newborn in loving care and in clean fabric that’s gentle on your baby’s skin. Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Detergent helps remove tough stains while its hypoallergenic formula is gentle on your baby’s skin. No wonder it’s the #1 pediatrician recommended baby detergent and has been trusted by moms for more than 80 years.
While tough on stains, Dreft is also a gentle detergent for your baby – no wonder it’s loved by so many parents!