In a home with little kids, it is definitely tough to prevent anything (clothes, furniture, etc) from getting stained. Stains are one of the common problems dealt by moms at home. Stain removal is probably one of the most crucial things that we should all learn in order to keep our house spotless and germ free for our little ones.
While it is easy to grab any stain remover formula in supermarkets, nothing beats a homemade stain remover if we’re talking about your baby’s safety. In a DIY stain remover formula, you will be able to determine the amount of toxins the formula has. You can limit chemicals to 1% or better, lower chemical content to 0%. At least you know what is in your formula compared to most stain remover products in the market.
Collect different pieces of soaps. If you have tons of old soaps at home, you can just mix them with boiling water. Mix them in a jar. The soap should melt into the boiling water. You will get a paste-like structure. This soap mixture can be used to pre-treat stains in laundry. Since this mixture is more concentrated, it is very easy to get any type of stains out of the garment.
It is best to use this any homemade stain remover in removing fresh stains. Rub a generous amount on the stained area and wash it before putting it in the washer.
Here is a stain remover recipe that can also work for carpet stains. Ingredients include: half a cup of white vinegar, half a cup of liquid detergent, water and ammonia. Mix all the ingredients together and put it in a spray bottle. This can help you clear out any stain on any fabric. It is very much safe to use on your child’s clothing as well.