By Yvette Sims. Baby Clothes. Published at Thursday, June 07th, 2018 - 16:16:14 PM.
Never Wash Bibs in Hot Water: Never ever wash or rinse stained baby bibs in hot water as doing so can cause stains to set permanently and also may make fabric shrink or expand. Hot water cooks the proteins presented in the stains, which results in setting the stain even more. So always wash bibs with cold water for best washing results.
Try Soaking the Bib Overnight: If the stain is very tough and dirty, you may try soaking the bib overnight in a mixture of one part water and one part diluted white vinegar. Doing so will lose the stain from the fabric of bib and help you get rid of the worst of the grub easily. This method is very effective for removing protein-based stains like breast milk, formula, spit-up, grass, and feces.
Dry the Bib in Direct Sunlight: If you don’t succeed in removing stains from baby bibs after washing, do not tumble dry them as it will make the stain nearly impossible to remove. Instead, take advantage of the bright sunlight which is surprisingly effective in getting stains out of fabric bibs. Hang bibs with any stains in a place where you get strong sunshine most of the time and after a few minutes, you’ll find that stains have either lightened up or disappeared altogether.
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