Frugal Diaper Washing: Stain Solution

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, April 30, 2019 | 1 comments
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Image: Little Girl Dresses on a Clothesline, by Jill Wellington on Pixabay

I know many of us like to go organic, but I have found the best thing for those yellowy stains on baby clothing, cloth diapers and other family clothing stains, is this product called M30 Stain Remover.

I used to be able to get a small jar of from our local Dollar Store.

It's such a shame they stopped carrying this product.

Image: M30 HAND CLEANER with Citrus Pumic
M30 Stain Remover
M30 gets out the worst stains on my husband's clothes (he's an ironworker and they get some nasty stuff on them), as well as that yellowy stuff on baby clothes.

I have saved a lot of throwaways from family members because of it!

You smear the stuff on really thick and let it sit for 15-30 minutes, then simply wash.

I usually wash the clothes again afterward, to get rid of anything left on it.

Thanks to Bevin for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Image: M30 Stain Remover | Contains Lanolin and Aloe | Quickly Removes Grease, Tar, Gum, Paint, Varnish, Crayon, Grass Stains, Blood, Lipstick, Tobacco, Gravy, Chocolate and Pet Stains, More Now available from Amazon: M30 - Quickly removes grease, tar, ink, paint, varnish, grass stains, crayon marks, shoe polish, perspiration stains, chewing gum, tobacco gum, blood, cosmetics, pet stains, Barbecue sauce, gravy, chocolate, and many other stubborn soils and stains.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    The best, most organic and cheapest way to get stains out of nappies (diapers) is sunlight. Just hang them outside facing the sun. In sunny weather the stains will be gone in a couple of hours, in dull weather it may take a day or too. Light does it's trick through glass too, so if it's raining out, just leave them by the window. This also works for most food stains.

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