This leads to me having dirty stain prone bibs. What do you do to get the stains out of your bibs? I am open to either store bought or a make my own stain remover.
Next question, how do you wash velcro closure bibs without destroying your child's other knit clothes added to the wash? I washed a load of my son's clothes this am and one of his knit onesies came out with about 10 small holes in the fabric. I feel like the holes were made by the velcro from the bibs snagging them during the wash cycle.
Thanks for reading,
Elizabeth in NC
I don't like to wash clothes in the same wash as food-encrusted cloths or bibs or dirty diapers, so those always get their own small load. I've had a bad experience where a dirty bib got grease stains all over a shirt or two during the soak cycle.
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When a stupid man is doing something he is ashamed of, he always declares that it is his duty. --George Bernard Shaw
if you have old T shirts laying around the house from you or SO, or ask family members, or even run to the thrift store (my mom has) to grab a few for sooooo cheap, or to a regular store to buy some with nice cute colors if that matters to you ... they are really the best ever!!!
but keep it simple - no "tops" or girly shirt, plain old, men cotton T-shirts. i like size large.
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If he didn't wear the plastic bib with the big pocket at the bottom, his shirt might be okay, but his pants would be completely covered in food!
That bib has been our mealtime salvation!
We use the Ikea vinyl bib that has sleeves and a pocket to prevent things like blueberries from rolling in between their legs.
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