How to cleaned and stored baby Clothes?

How to cleaned and stored baby Clothes?

How to cleaned and stored baby Clothes?

If you have a baby at home, you should do laundry every day. People generally don't care so much that they ignore the niche details. Today, let's talk about the precautions for cleaning and storage of baby clothes.

1. Correct way to laundry your baby clothes which can prevent "infectious diseases"

When washing baby clothes, parents must be careful not to mix with adult clothes. Because the range of activities of adults is much wider than that of babies, there are more bacteria on the clothes. If they are washed together, it is easy to spread the bacteria on the clothes to the baby's clothes. Moreover, the baby's skin surface is relatively immature, and the resistance is relatively poor. If you don't pay attention, it will easily cause skin problems for your baby, so it is recommended that parents use a special basin to wash baby underwear by hand.

2. Baby soap is not "the more the better"

Some parents choose to use baby soap to wash their baby's clothes. There is nothing wrong with doing this, but you have to pay attention to it. If you use too much, it will backfire. It is recommended that after washing with soap, water should be used again and again two or three times until the water is clear. Otherwise, the soap left on the clothes will still cause certain harm to the child.

3. Get the baby clothes to the wardrobe in time

After the baby's clothes are washed and dried, parents should put them away in time. But be careful not to put your baby's clothes together with freshly washed clothes. For underwear, prepare a clean bag for storage. And it is best to divide the wardrobe into the underwear area and the outerwear area. Also, don't store your baby's clothes in airtight bags to avoid mold.

In addition, remind everyone that it is not recommended to put insect repellants such as mothballs in the wardrobe of baby clothes to avoid health risks. This is because it contains naphthol, which can cause acute hemolysis, anemia, and even jaundice once it enters the baby's blood through the skin, threatening the safety of the baby's life.