July 9, 2010

Dreft Baby Detergent





Babies have soft and sensitive skin so it is  important to pre wash your infants clothing and linens before using.
Dreft laundry detergent is specifically designed to clean baby clothing. Using a "regular" detergent for baby can irritate babies skin causing rashes and hives. The ingredients are hypo-allergenic and contain no harsh chemicals. Babies that wear clothing washed with Dreft are less likely to develop skin irritations.

Specially formulated for the unique needs of baby items, Dreft has been helping mothers clean baby clothes for over 75 years.  Dreft is the baby laundry detergent brand most recommended by pediatricians.
Dreft does not leave a lime scum deposit nor does it contain harsh chemicals such as bleach, it is suitable for fine washables such as silk or wool as well as flame resistant fabrics.

I've been using Dreft for Jack's clothing, blankie and bedding.   Jack has ezyma prone skin and Dreft did not cause any skin irritation. Not only did Dreft leave his items super soft, they smell great!


TIP Skip the fabric softener. Dreft has ingredients that soften the fabrics, so there is no need to add fabric softener. Fabric softeners reduce the flame resistance of garments.


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Lydia's Pennies said...

Rinse cloth diapers with cold water immediately after use.
Pre-soak in a solution of Dreft® and a color-safe bleach for 30 minutes.
After soaking, wring out excess water by hand or run diapers through the spin cycle.
Fill washer with warmest water allowed according to garment label, add 1 1/2 uses of Dreft® and launder as usual.

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Lydia's Pennies said...

For "on-the go" and "at home" spot/stain issues, place a small amount of liquid Dreft® in a small pretreater bottle or use the Dreft® Portable Pretreater Pen.

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Lydia's Pennies said...

Before treating any garment, always refer to the care label instructions first.

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Gale said...

aiways rinse diapers in cold water

pretreat for 30 mintes

wash in the warmest water allowed

Elle said...

For "on-the go" and "at home" spot/stain issues, place a small amount of liquid Dreft® in a small pretreater bottle or use the Dreft® Portable Pretreater Pen.


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Elle said...

Launder as usual in warmest water allowed according to garment label using 1 1/2 uses of Dreft®.

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Elle said...

Rinse immediatly in cold water.


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Always test garment for color safeness and always check the label before washing! {This is a great giveaway I am expecting #2 in Jan!}

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Champagne Wisdom said...

Love the tip about food stains that have set - add bleach to the dreft and soak garment for 30 minutes - this would work with baby and my 5 year old, so good tip! :)

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Always check labels before washing!
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Yona said...

To remove greasy, oily stains such as baby lotion, baby oil, liquid vitamins - pretreat stain with liquid or powder Dreft® before laundering. Launder as usual in warmest water allowed according to garment label using 1 1/2 uses of Dreft®. Line or air dry, and repeat process if needed. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

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Rinse cloth diapers with cold water immediately after use.

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Launder as usual in warmest water allowed according to garment label using 1 1/2 uses of Dreft®.

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April V said...

"always test garments for color safeness"...I highly recommend this as I've had to learn this the hard way! ;)

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Cami said...

When pre-treating, colored items must be protected by pre-testing the effects of stain removal on a hidden area on the item.

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Brooke said...

Read the care label first. I think this an obvious one but the hubs always seems to skip over it.
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I learned that you should prewash hand-me-downs before using them, even if you washed them before storing.

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ohhhfire said...

laundry tip: Discard soak solution prior to laundering by running through a rinse cycle.
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Tip: For cleaning cloth diapers, pre-soak in a solution of Dreft® and a color-safe bleach for 30 minutes.
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Make sure to wash everything for the baby with Dreft before the baby comes home!

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PunkRockChic said...

Rinse as soon as possible with cold water to dilute the stain.

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Sarah said...

This is a really good tip:

If phantom stains appear after retrieving from storage, follow our tips for pretreating.

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Kim said...

If fabric manufacturer suggests the use of laundry detergent to wash these items. Always follow label care instructions for everything that touches your baby's skin.

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Angel Jacklyn said...

While no one detergent can remove all types of stains, we recommend the following for diaper soils:

* Rinse cloth diapers with cold water immediately after use.
* Pre-soak in a solution of Dreft® and a color-safe bleach for 30 minutes.
* After soaking, wring out excess water by hand or run diapers through the spin cycle.
* Fill washer with warmest water allowed according to garment label, add 1 1/2 uses of Dreft® and launder as usual.
* Repeat process if needed.

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While no one detergent can remove all types of stains, we recommend the following for diaper soils:

* Rinse cloth diapers with cold water immediately after use.
* Pre-soak in a solution of Dreft® and a color-safe bleach for 30 minutes.
* After soaking, wring out excess water by hand or run diapers through the spin cycle.
* Fill washer with warmest water allowed according to garment label, add 1 1/2 uses of Dreft® and launder as usual.
* Repeat process if needed.

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* Rinse cloth diapers with cold water immediately after use.
* Pre-soak in a solution of Dreft® and a color-safe bleach for 30 minutes.
* After soaking, wring out excess water by hand or run diapers through the spin cycle.
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