By Bobbi Kerr. Baby Clothes. Published at Sunday, August 26th, 2018 - 17:21:15 PM.
Pre-treat the Stain: Some tough stains, like ink, juice, spit-up, food grease and baby poop, don’t go away that easily and thereby require pre-treatment. To pre-treat such stains, all you need to do is to spray stain remover directly on the stain and gently rub the stain remover in with an old toothbrush. Allow the stain remover to soak into the fabric fibers for a while and then wash the bib after some time.
Health, environmental, and money-saving reasons are all factors that should lead you to at least consider clothing made from organic materials the next time you need a shirt for your baby or a skirt for your little girl. It is never a bad thing when you decide to take advantage of something that will benefit you, your children, and the environment.
With our oldest who is a boy I find myself laughing when I think of how his jeans differ from mine. When I was six years old my jeans where bell bottoms, corduroy, and I wore Toughskins exclusively! In those days nothing beat a good pair of jeans with huge patches over the knees. Every cool kid had a few pairs of Toughskins to sport on the playground. These days my son only wears Levis and pitches quite the fit should we suggest he try and where something different.
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