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A friend shared this w/ me when I had Nathan and I forgot about until today when Abby had a major blow out. To get out the yellow/orange BF stools, wash w/ water everything you can get out of it and then sit in the sun for a few hours (before putting in washer and dryer, once it goes through the dryer, it's usually stuck). Just when it seems there is no way that stain is ever coming out, it literally just disappears. I know you could probably use stain remover but this works completely and exposes baby to less chemicals. I thought I'd pass it along to help everyone. Sorry I don't post more but I do try to read what you post. I usually have about 10 min. a day of computer time between the two kids and hubby. Love you all.
thanks for sharing! I will definitely try this, but it might be a problem in the winter. My 2 year old has very sensitive skin so when he was younger I stopped using stain removers all together and just gave up.
Sunning works great, but if you have set in stains, Oxyclean really does get them out! I pulled out DS1's baby clothes in prep for DS2 and found a stains I'd missed (poo and set in bm protein stains that developed in storage). I soaked them overnight in a concentrated oxyclean soak and all the dried in, three year old stains came out!