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Baby Stains on Clothing

All my black shirts are being ruined from baby spit-up (and whatever else). These stains are the black on black type. Does anyone know how to fix it? I am supposed to wear black shirts so my baby can focus on my face better (he is visually impaired). The stains aren't a huge problem but it would be nice to look clean and well put together if someone stops by, etc.


Thank you for your help!
Starchild in VT

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By TP (Guest Post)
June 1, 20070 found this helpful

collect all of them & dye (zB dylon) black in the washing machine at 60° that should solve the problem. if 1x black doesn´t do the job try to "overdye" with dark blue.

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By Lee-Ann (Guest Post)
June 1, 20070 found this helpful

I have raised 3 babies and work with moms and newborns as well, so I think I have tried just about every product out there for baby stains. The very best thing I found was Sunlight Laundry Bar. I am from Canada, but I think Naps Feltha (is that the right name?) is comparable in the U.S. Rinse what you can in the sink, rub in a little soap and leave until you pop it in the laundry.

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By castorswind (Guest Post)
June 5, 20070 found this helpful

I use a product called "Greased Lightning" which I buy at Walmart. I have used it for everything from grease stains on my t-shirts to human stains on my scrub tops and pants. I have used it on dark colors and it has never fadded the colors.


If the stains have been on your shirts for a while, spray the stains liberally, let them sit over night and then launder. Some stains might take a second treatment, but, it has always worked for me. Good Luck.

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By Katrina (Guest Post)
June 10, 20070 found this helpful

I've heard that Oxyclean works very well. The kind where you soak your clothes in a bucket for a specified amount of time.

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