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How to get yellow stains out of old woolen baby clothes?


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#1 duck-o-lah

Posted 27 November 2012 - 07:08 AM

I'm unpacking all of DS's baby things from storage and getting them ready for #2. Unfortunately many of the clothes had yellow stains on them, however they were easily removed with a combination of Preen (or whatever is in that pink spray bottle) and a good soak in napisan.

There are a number of old (as in I think my aunt wore them!) cardigans, mainly white ones, with these yellow stains. I have read that I can't use napisan on woolens, and I want to be very careful with them as they are old and seem quite delicate.

So, any tips to get yellow stains out of white woolens?
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