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Even though my boys are older now, I think back to the days when they were tiny little babies and one of the first things I think of is all that spit-up! It was hard as a new and young Mom to know how to deal with all that mess. I smelled like sour milk most of the time and it felt like we were going through so many clothes because they would end up with hard to remove stains in them.
I wanted to share our newest homemade stain remover with you in hopes that it will save some of your clothes from permanent stains and I’m thrilled to have partnered with Enfamil A.R.™ and learned more about how to reduce spitting up in babies. Be sure to check out all that information below!
How to Make Homemade Stain Remover
Ingredients You Need
- 1/4 Cup Liquid Castle Soap
- 1/4 Cup Liquid Vegetable Glycerin
- 1 1/2 Cups Water
- 10 Drops Lemon Essential Oil (optional)
Mix all the ingredients together in a spray bottle. When treating a stain, soak with the stain remover and rub with fingers. Wash right away!
My oldest boy spit-up a lot, I mean we’re talking all the time. It was scary and stinky! It seemed like whatever I tried just wasn’t enough to help him. I wish that Enfamil A.R.™ would have been available for us to try, after reading about how much it really helps kids that spit-up. Enfamil A.R. is the #1 brand that has been clinically proven to reduce spitting up by 50% in infants with frequent spit up while still providing the complete nutrition your baby needs.
Guys, that could mean 50% less mess! I would have been all over trying this!
Though parents often associate frequent spit-up and irritability with acid reflux, about two thirds of otherwise healthy infants may have uncomplicated reflux.
Be sure to talk to your pediatricians about the important differences between acid reflux, also known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) and the much more common uncomplicated reflux, also called Gastroesophageal Reflux(GER).
I received product and compensation for this sponsored post written by me on behalf of Mead Johnson Nutrition. All opinions are my own and not those of Mead Johnson Nutrition.
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