How We Created the Best Stain Remover for Baby Clothes

How We Created the Best Stain Remover for Baby Clothes

Written by Tenley Haraldson. Reviewed by Sean Busch.

Between spit-up, dropped bottles, and food flinging, it can feel like that stack of onesies will never get clean.

Instead of laundry whiteners (that can irritate your baby’s sensitive skin), learn how to get stains out of baby clothes with our natural laundry tips. They’ll erase all evidence of that recent diaper blow-out – we promise.

Meet the Best Stain Remover for Baby Clothes

With its 98.95% natural formula, how does Puracy Natural Stain Remover work so well? Our biochemists made sure that all six plant-based enzymes worked their way into fabric fibers, ensuring the eradication of thousands of stains and odors. All you need to do is saturate fabrics with this baby stain remover, agitate with a brush, wait a few hours, and throw it in the washing machine. Seriously It's that easy.

Note: Some delicate fabrics require special care. Before treating any stain, read and follow the care instructions (located on clothing tags). Puracy Natural Stain Remover

The Two Other Laundry Tools You Need

Preparation is a parent’s best method for fighting stains. That's why we recommend keeping the following in your laundry room:

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To work the stain remover into fibers (without damaging fabrics), we recommend auto detailing, laundry, paint, makeup, or even old toothbrushes. Next, to dislodge lingering stains and odors, you'll need to do a load of laundry. Make sure that you do it with our 99.4% Natural Laundry Detergent: It's tough on grime but its hypoallergenic formula was developed by biochemists to be gentle on sensitive skin.

1. How to Get Food Stains out of Baby Clothes

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It's a fact of life: Once your baby starts eating solids, you'll need to get baby food stains out of clothes on the regular.

Start by rinsing the garment under cold water ASAP. Dab with a bit of laundry detergent, let it sit for 30 minutes, and run a normal washing machine cycle. For heavy-duty stain duty, double up with our Natural Stain Remover (you may need to let the formula set for up to 8 hours).

2. How to Get Milk Stains out of Baby Clothes

If you've ever dropped breast milk on your baby's clothes, you know it can harden into a sour, yellow mess. Instead of crying over spilt milk, rinse the affected area with cold water as soon as possible (hot water will “cook” milk into the fabric).

If you don’t have a change of clothes, blot the spill with a clean cloth or paper towel. Work from the outside edge of the stain toward the center. Launder as usual.

How to Remove Old Milk Stains from Baby Clothes

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For older residue, spray the affected area with Natural Stain Remover and agitate with a soft brush (or rub the fabric together). We recommend waiting at least 8 hours, but the longer it sits, the better.

Launder normally with an 'extra rinse' setting. Even though our Natural Laundry Detergent was especially formulated to leave zero residue behind, the second cycle ensures that all stain particles are rinsed away.