Baby clothes do not need to be washed separately, they can be put in the washing machine along with other white cotton clothes. But do not use chemical detergent.A program of 60 degrees Celsius is sufficient, but up to 40 degrees with a suitable detergent. However, it is important not to use a chemical detergent as the remnants of the chemicals may be irritating to the baby's sensitive skin and may cause an allergic reaction. Choose from a variety of natural ingredients (ready-made) and rinse, which is anti-allergic, skin-friendly and baby-friendly.
Do not use too many detergents to achieve your good washing performance. Fill the drum more loosely and make it easier to clean the clothes - leave at least one space between the lid and the clothes.
You can also try "alternative" methods, such as washing with a wash, a wash or a grated soap. The washing bath (sodium carbonate) soaks up the water, helping to get rid of the dirt. The mosуdiуbуl approx. 8 pieces are needed for a regular wash - put it in a loungewear or socks and close your mouth well. A good 40 degrees can be achieved. Usually, you can use a portion of the diet three times. (If we wash at a higher temperature, only twice.)
For household use, add 15 tablespoons of water to 15 liters of water. To disinfect, remove stains, do not use chlorine-containing agents, but soak the clothes in vinegar water before washing (we pour two liters of water in decin vinegar). Especially suitable for removing stains are mocha soap, environmentally friendly soaps, vinegar and lemon juice, or special, natural stain removers made from natural ingredients. It is important that we try to remove the stain freshly, as it is much more likely to come out.
Normal rinse aid may also cause allergies to the small skin. Instead, use vinegar to soften the clothes. When the weather is good, dry the clothes in the open air, the disinfectant effect of sunlight is also slightly reduced in cloudy weather. Clothes will be soft to the touch if ironed, which will also disinfect them.