Thanks to Disney for sponsoring this post and giving me Baby ECOS Stain & Odor Remover and Baby ECOS Detergent for free.
If there’s one thing I love as a mom of two messy kids, it’s a good stain remover and laundry detergent. I had been using a fragrance free detergent before as both stain treatment and detergent, with pretty good success, but when I was offered the chance to try out the Baby ECOS Detergent and Stain & Odor Remover, I jumped at the opportunity. My old way had me rubbing detergent into stains with my fingers, and it was both messy and time consuming, and I was hoping for something a bit neater and easier. With Baby ECOS, I was able to simplify my process with the result I was looking for: clean, fresh smelling laundry.
Today, I’m sharing my easy five-step tutorial on removing stains and odors with Baby ECOS — and the bonus is that I’ve got a coupon code for you, too! You can save $2 when you purchase any two Baby ECOS products on Diapers.com, today through December 4, by entering the code 2ECOS. It’s a great deal on a product that truly works.
5 Simple Steps to Clean Laundry
At our house, stains are an everyday occurrence. My messy toddler gets all sorts of stains all sorts of places, and now I use Baby ECOS to get those stains – and odors! – out of her laundry. Here is my simple method for dealing with stains and odors.
Step One: Locate the Stain
When I take Elvie’s outfit off at night, I look it over for stains. This one was hard to see, but it’s from her neon yellow medicine, and it actually gets brighter if it’s washed without stain treatment. Not only that but the smell is quite pungent. I definitely needed to take care of it as soon as possible!
I grab the bottle from its shelf and just spray the stain. That’s it! It’s so clean and easy. Nothing to rub in, nothing to make more of a mess.
Step Three: Drop the Laundry in the Hamper
One thing I love about the Baby ECOS stain remover is that I can spray it on, and I don’t have to soak or wash the item right away. It can wait until my normal laundry day.
When you’ve got a load of laundry ready to go, wash your stained items according to care instructions on the tag, using Baby ECOS Detergent. I use the Free & Clear version due to family skin sensitivies, and it also comes in Lavender & Chamomile.
Step Five: Admire a Job Well Done
Here is the shirt that had the medicine stain, perfectly clean and smelling great. Success!