I have some lovely baby clothes that were given to me. Unfortunately they have what might be formula stains on them. Can anyone out there tell me how to get the stains out? Thanks bunches.
By anbsmommy from Spanaway, WA
Soak in Cascade before washing. This works well. (06/11/2009)
If the items are white (sometimes beige or very light colors), try Rit Whitener and Brightner or Rit Color Remover. I use them in a soak cycle first. Good luck. (06/11/2009)
I've had great luck using OxyClean on baby formula stains that were 5 years old and had been in the attic. Just follow the soaking instructions on the can. Most stains come out after the first soaking and then the more stubborn ones can be soaked again. Good luck. (06/12/2009)
By Kathie Haney
We used Resolve Carpet Cleaner on some work clothes that were ready for the trash. They came out wonderfully well. Worth a try if the other suggestions don't work out. (06/12/2009)
By Linda Jones
In the late 70's, I soaked my formula stained baby clothes in dishwasher detergent (powdered kind) then finished up in the washer. It worked great on the little t-shirts and bibs. Now, with the grandkids, I use OxyClean to soak. (06/12/2009)
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