Learning to eat with a spoon, drink milk from a mug and diaper training – the life of a toddler or a child in play-age are filled with new things to learn and challenges to face. Clothes rarely stay clean as they often get stained by food and drink.
Minna Salmela Chemist at Berner gives us her best tips ever, that will get your child’s clothes clean.
LV Pikkuväki Washing Liquid is developed especially for washing baby and small children’s laundry. It specifically targets protein and starch stains such as milk, porridge and potato stains as well as fruit and pectin* stains. It also effectively washes away all traces of spit-ups, pee and poop, and it neutralises any odours even in low washing temperatures.
LV Pikkuväki is also ideal for washing reusable diapers. The product provides a lasting effect: one bottle will last you for 33 machine washes.
Are you often washing laundry in low, below 60 degree, temperatures? In that case, you should remember to regularly clean your washing machine as well, so that it stays clean on the inside. Choose an ecological active ingredient such as vinegar, which will remove all the calcification. Make the vinegar solution required for a maintenance wash yourself and mix one litre of pure vinegar with 2 litres of water and pour it into the machine and run a white-wash programme. Then wash an empty load with a normal laundry detergent.
* Microbes are normally invisible micro-organisms which are invisible to the plain eye, like bacteria, viruses and fungus ie. moulds.
* Pectin is a carbohydrate that is found in all plants. There are especially a lot of pectin in raw berries with peels, apples and citrus fruits. Pectin is also found in jams, jellies and marmalades as it promotes jellying.