WARNING: No matter which method of baby poop stain removal you try, do NOT dry the stained item in the dryer until the stain is gone, or the stain will set! This is a common mistake that is made time and time again! Please keep away from the clothes dryer until you are certain that the stain is gone.
Our one caveat for recommending the water, soap and sunlight method of removing baby poop is that stains have either been found to disappear with sunlight, or set completely. This is in part due to the type of stained material you are attempting to clean. The water, soap and sunlight method will most likely work for nearly all materials, but finer materials such as wool, silk, and cashmere may not clean as well.
Keep in mind that new-born baby poop tends to be harder to get out, as does baby poop from babies who breast feed! However, in the event that your new-born, breast-feeding sweetheart makes a mess of your favorite night-gown, fear not! With a bit of hard work, you will succeed in removing most of the stain, if not all of it.
We hope you will find these remedies for baby poop stain removal to be successful. Remember to test these products on a small section of your clothing or carpet if you are concerned about damaging more delicate types of materials. Baby poop stain removal does not have to be a disgusting challenge anymore. Instead, follow these steps and enjoy your clean, good-as-new clothing article!