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    How to Get Stains Out of Stored Baby Clothes-Laundry tricks to get baby clothes back into great condition. Remove yellow milk and formula on clothes kept in storage. Second baby, hand me down infant layette cleaning washing home remedies detergent vinegar bibs blankets

  • Erin Ronan

    Laundry tricks to get baby clothes back into great condition. Remove yellow milk and formula stains on clothes kept in storage. Second baby, hand me down infant layette cleaning washing home remedies detergent vinegar bibs blankets. Great for general stains too.

  • Ashley Brooks

    Laundry tricks to get baby clothes back into great condition. Remove stains on clothes kept in storage. Second baby, hand me down infant layette cleaning washing home remedies detergent vinegar bibs blankets

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