How To Remove Poo Stains

How To Remove Poo Stains

Janie Lee
Mar 17, 2011


We're out of the diaper stage but this would have come in SO handy back in the day. Babies are adorable but that doesn't stop them from engaging in the occasional poo blowout. And unless you soaked that soiled onesie immediately, you might as well toss it or live with poo stains on the back. Or maybe not.

Cara of Better Than Laundry wrote to us recently to let us in on a secret. Instead of soaking and scrubbing poo stained onesies, all you need to do is lay them out under the sun. In fact, Cara said she could see the stains lightening in minutes! Free and easy. Has anyone else tried this and had great results?

Speaking of stains, if the stains you're concerned about happen at the other end (as in dribbled breastmilk), check out our previous post about How To Remove Breastmilk Stains.

(Images: Cara Louise)

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