Right now I have a little baby that is king of the blowouts. Don’t ask about the time one got on six DIFFERENT surfaces in my bedroom. Yes six. Oh the glamorous life as a mother. As opposed to doing a write up about how to get blowout stains off of bedspreads, walls and lampshades, I will keep it strictly to getting stains out of infant clothing.
In a desperate attempt to save some brand new pajamas, I tried it this way.
How to Get Yellow Stains Out of Baby Clothing
(remove stain from baby poop)
First, put a Tablespoon of Oxi-Clean in a dish.
Next, add 2 Tablespoons of HOT water and stir it into a grainy paste. (After checking out the super-helpful OxiClean website, I realized that I should have let it dissolve all the way.)
Scrub the mixture aggressively into the stain. [I used a retired toothbrush]
Roll it up and let it sit wet for a couple hours, then wash as usual. Don’t let it dry on the clothing.
This was my results with our last blowout escapade. Great right?
By the way, I have also heard that OxiClean will work with yellowed baby clothing/collars that have sat in storage for too long. (Yellow Milk Stains)
I hope this helps you someday!
Try out the OxiClean website to select the stain and the surface and it will tell you a recipe for removal.
What success have you had with these tough yellow stain from baby poop?