How to care for the clothes and linens of the most beautiful baby in the world?
It's happened! There's a baby in the house. All you want to do is cover the little one in kisses. But you also have to cover the bundle of joy in clothes. And these clothes will need cleaning. Because one thing that babies love to do is regurgitate (it's natural, but it requires an industrial quantity of bibs), and they need to be changed often. Very often. And then the questions start to pop up. What temperature should I use to wash my baby’s clothes and linens? Should I add fabric softener? How can I be sure my baby’s clothes and linens are sanitised? We have just one answer to all these questions. Follow our tips.
Tip No. 4
limit the amount of detergent.
We all have a tendency to overdose on cleaning products, thinking that the more we use, the more effective they’ll be. This mistake can cost you dearly when you have a baby and need to wash often...Reducing the amount of detergent does not reduce its effectiveness. Using too much risks leaving irritating residue on your baby's skin. An eco-tip: use half the recommended amount of detergent, and make up the other half with bicarbonate of soda.