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Clothing Stains

How do you get pesky stains out of your baby’s clothing?

Babies get stains on clothing so often, and despite my best efforts, I couldn’t always get those stains out. I received a lot of baby clothes as gifts, and I didn’t want someone to be disappointed because my baby wasn’t wearing the outfit they had given her.

So the first time my baby wore a gift outfit, I took a picture of her! That way I could show my friends or family members the photo of my daughter wearing the cute outfit they had given her.

Jeannette Gonzalez Simon, MD, a mom of a two-year-old daughter who’s expecting another baby and a pediatric gastroenterologist in private practice, in Staten Island, NY

Mommy MD Guides–Recommended Product Fels-Naptha Soap

It’s a very good bet that the absolute number one best stain remover out there was in your Grandma’s laundry room—and that you’ve never heard of it. Fels-Naptha Soap is a mustard-yellow colored bar of laundry soap. It’s excellent for pretreating stains, especially greasy, oily stains and baby formula.

For more than 100-years, Fels-Naptha laundry bar has been a time-tested stain remover and pre-treater.  Fels-Naptha works on oil-based stains, like perspiration and ring-around-the-collar, and also helps to remove chocolate, baby formula, and make-up. Usually priced around $1.00, this golden bar is a great value.


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