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Child Care: Here's How To Do Baby Laundry At Home In The Right Way

Amid Coronavirus quarantine, Here's to take a note about child care and some tips on how to do baby laundry correctly at home for your little one's safety.

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Laundry becomes a very important part of your daily chores if you have a baby at home. Baby laundry needs to be done effectively as baby skin is sensitive to many factors around. Many reports suggest that it is advisable to not just use any detergent soap, but if you do, take a quick guide from your family doctor or authorised doctor to make sure that the baby products are safe and gentle. Here are some tips on how to do baby laundry at home correctly. 

How to do baby laundry at home 

When it comes to child care, the first thing that hits the mind is the baby's hygiene and cleanliness factor. Most importantly, children tend to soil their clothes, so there are dust particles that reportedly settle on the baby's clothes, which later can be infectious for the skin.

Choose the right baby laundry wash 

As per several reports, it is advisable to get the right information from concerned doctors about baby laundry soaps. Using the right child care soap keeps the baby away from unwanted infections on the skin. While many soaps have certain chemicals, so it gets right to know if the product will suit different skin types.

Dip baby clothes in warm water

A part of different reports states that you must dip your baby clothes in warm water for effective cleaning. Dipping the clothes in warm water filters all the dirt and kills the dust or bacteria that may have settled on the cloth. Moreover, warm water softens the fibre quality also. 

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Use natural ingredients like neem leaves or lemons

The best way on how to do baby laundry is to use natural ingredients like lemon or neem leaves to purify the water in which you wash the clothes. Moreover, this also keeps baby outfits fresh. While lemons kill bacteria, neem helps fight unnecessary dust and keeps the insects away. 

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Avoid drying clothes in the scorching heat 

Too much of heat is not good for baby clothes, as it makes the cloth stiff and rough. Sometimes some materials also shrink due to excessive drying. Hence, try drying baby clothes at home or on an indoor stand. 

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Do not bleach baby clothes 

 It is crucial to use a laundry wash contains bleach or stiffening chemicals. You can opt for the regular baby brand soaps available in the market. As per many reports, it is also suggested to not give clothes for outdoor laundry too. Do it in the simplest way at home and you are good to go. 

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