Five Ways To Prevent Clothing Stains

 

5 Ways To Prevent Clothing Stains

Five Ways To Prevent Clothing Stains

As a parent, there are few things I consider myself an expert on. Getting stains out of clothing is one of them. In this post, I will share Five Ways To Prevent Clothing Stains on your children’s clothing.

Keep the kids clean.

Okay, I understand that keeping children clean is near impossible (remember, I do have six extremely active kids). There are ways to mitigate the risk. For example, there are products that go over the clothing to protect them from mud puddles. I also prefer to dress the children in dark clothing, specifically when facing things like grass, ketchup, grease, etc.

Predict stains.

I know children are 90% unpredictable, but if you know you are doing something (or going somewhere) that is likely to lead to a stain, put the kids in clothing that already has an impossible stain. This tip may not qualify as a tip to prevent stains, as the stains might still happen, but at least you will save some articles of clothing.

Time is of the essence.

When a stain happens, treat it as fast as possible. If you are out, head to the washroom and take a moment to at least rinse it. This will likely not take the stain completely out, but it will lighten it and give you a chance to get home and treat it properly.

Treat the stain before washing.

This advice comes directly from the laundry guru herself, my mother. When you have a piece of clothing that has a stain, do not throw it in with your regular load of laundry. Treat the stain BEFORE its first wash. This helps to prevent the stain from setting.

Use the correct products.

I recently started using Resolve® Gold In-Wash Stain Remover as a pretreatment, as well as a squirt in with my dirtiest loads. The super-boosted formula is the best from Resolve®. It’s so powerful that it removes some stains in just 30 seconds! For maximum speed and power, pre-treat or soak to see results in 30 seconds. Check out my video to see how we got mustard out of my son’s uniform on the first day of school!

We would love to hear your tips in the comments below!
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