Removing Baby Poop Stains From Clothes.

Removing baby poop stains from clothes can be a bit challenging especially if you are hand washing. Though when using a washing machine poop stains may prove to be stubborn too.

How to remove baby stool stains from clothes.

Baby with a massive diaper blowout in Removing baby poop stains from clothes.
Baby with a massive diaper blowout in Removing baby poop stains from clothes.

At some point, you will find yourself coming face to face with the poop stains on your favorite little cute baby outfits. Rather than tossing these outfits away. You can try these methods .

First of all, using baby wipes. Try and remove tough poop stains from your baby’s or your clothes; by whipping off the stool from the affected area. Or simply rinse off the baby stool with warm running water until it is all washed off. Using warm water is important because, it makes the stain dissolve in water much more hence making it manageable.

Secondly, you need to pretreat the stain with a stain remover, bleach or hydrogen peroxide . By letting it sit on the clothes for about five minutes .

Thirdly, when five minutes are over you can take the clothes into the washing machine; When the clothes have gone through the washing process ,check to see if the stain is still there. If it is washed off then you are good to go.

But , If the stains is still there apply some more stain remover and soak it for about 30 more minutes and put it in the washing machine. This should do the trick.

Removing baby poop stains

Washing machine

Just remember not to let the baby poop sit for a long time on clothes , as this could make the stains tougher and difficult to remove. So immediately wash off the poop with running water. Try not to use brushes to scrub the stool off. As this might wear down the fabric. Then apply some stain remover and soak your clothes by deeply immersing them in water. Then wash them when you get time to do so.

Dealing with diaper blowout stains on clothes.

Removing baby stool stains

Mother removing baby poop blowout stains
mother removing baby poop blowout stains.

Removing baby poop blowout stains from clothes can also lead to a baby bath and laundry afterwards. Massive blowout are quite common in babies . The poop covers the diaper all the way up their back staining all the clothes they have on. And when this happens you can not escape baby bath time. Diaper blowout pesky stains can also be removed easily; by following the above steps.

How to prevent stool stains.

Removing baby poop stains

If your baby frequently has diaper blowouts then you need to consider getting cloth diapers to prevent or reduce the number of blowouts you get per day or per week. As they have an elastic gusset around the waste line and the legs which help in preventing the stool from blowing out. You can also get fleece liners for your baby diapers. Fleece liners are cost effective as they can be washed and reused if necessary.

How to get rid of stool stains on clothes by hand wash.

Hand washing clothes
Hand washing clothes.

Lifestyle for many is always different, some own washing machines . While others don’t . So here I will share on how to handle poop stains by hand wash. As usual wash off the poop over running water untill the area is clean. Then after, apply a stain remover on the stained area and let it sit for at about 10-15 minutes. Then , Hand wash the baby clothes thoroughly. If the stain does not go away ; apply some stain remover on the stained spot and dry the clothes in the sun. Because, sunning alone works wonders as a natural bleacher for most stains. However, when the clothes have dried out . Take them back into the tub and hand wash them again. This should leave your clothes super clean.

Types of stain removers.

Removing baby stool stains

Stain removing products.
Stain removing products.

Stain removal is the process of removing a mark or spot left by one substance on a specific surface like a fabric. A solvent or detergent is generally used to get rid of it.

There are three types of stain removers namely;

  1. Homemade stain remover; Mix two parts of hydrogen peroxide with one part of baking soda to your dish washing liquid soap, also one part. And try it out for best results.
  2. Synthetic Stain Removers; Use as per instructions. Aleva naturals stain remover and Oxiclean white remover;
  3. Natural stain remover; Lemon juice:Squirt a little lemon juice using a strainer. Mix one cup of water with one-fourth cup of lemon juice. Place it in a spray bottle and spray over the stained area.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.