Use hottest water. Mix in a cap of baby laundry detergent, a splash of vinegar and 1/4 C of baking soda. Submerge Pack N Play and the mat. After 30 minutes, flip. After about an hour, I took it outside and hosed it down to remove any of the extra nasty water from the soak. Then left it outside to dry! My Pack N Play seriously looks brand new and any stain that was on it before is gone! I highly recommend this soak!
Toddler pool idea I came up with when we couldn't find a baby pool at the beach... Clear shower curtain liner $3.00 Dig a shallow hole..my husband and his friend submerged the shower curtain in the ocean water then brought it back to the hole. you can also use sand buckets to fill..my husband also dug a trench on the outside of the hole so we could tuck in the corners and border of the left over shower curtain..then packed the top with sand..it kept the kids from pushing the border into the…
Before my son was born, I started organizing and cleaning all my baby supplies. As I was washing baby bedding, I realized that I had never washed my pack n play. I had washed the sheets many, many times and had wiped down the metal and plastic parts, but I had never washed the pack […]
Cleaning a Pack N Play! I watched this video the other day & decided to try to clean my pack n play. I didn't use the same stuff she did to clean it (she used Rockn Green which is a cloth diaper cleaner, I used Resolve spray & some laundry soap) But my water was just as dirty & got my pack n play nice & clean! I will be washing my pack n play like this at lease once a month for now on!
DIY Cleaning your co-sleeper / pack'n'play! Got this great slightly used co-sleeper and decided it needed a wash. So glad I did! Ewww! I did NOT soak the mattress section b/c I didn't want to ruin the pressboard sections. I did scrub it down with the soaped up super-hot water. It looks great and is ready for our little one!
How to clean your garbage disposal. Start by running hot water through your garbage disposal for a minute. Pour about 1/4 c. baking soda into the drain. Flip the garbage disposal on for 2 seconds, just to whirl the baking soda inside, and then leave it alone for 10-15 minutes. Follow with 1 c. of vinegar. Watch the bubbles erupt out of your drain. (Yay!) Rinse through one last time with very hot water and run your garbage disposal for 5 seconds.