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This article was co-authored by Susan Stocker. Susan Stocker runs and owns Susan’s Green Cleaning, the #1 Green Cleaning Company in Seattle. She is well known in the region for outstanding customer service protocols — winning the 2017 Better Business Torch Award for Ethics & Integrity —and her energetic support of fair wages, employee benefits, and green cleaning practices. This article has been viewed 77,572 times.
Updated: May 6, 2021
To wash baby clothes, separate the clothes into smaller loads of white, light, and dark colors. Next, add baby-friendly detergent to your washing machine. Then, choose a normal cycle and warm water setting unless the care tags on the clothes state otherwise. Finally, scatter the first load into the machine to distribute the items equally and run the cycle. When the cycle ends, set the machine for an additional rinse cycle to get rid of any residual detergent in the clothing fibers. For tips on handling specific issues, like protein stains and bodily fluids, read on!
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