So I am not due for a little while yet, however I am really curious. I am starting to get alot of newborn and infant clothing and I know this should be common sense, but did you mom's out there wash all the new clothes FIRST before the baby came?? I really don't know if its safe to just cut the tags off and I'm good to go. I thought about all the germs and what not in the stores etc and figured I'd throw the question out there. I heard DREFT is a great infant detergent for babies. Suggestions? Thanks!Answer Question
Answer by Arisce at 11:08 PM on Sep. 26, 2009
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Answer by danette624 at 11:10 PM on Sep. 26, 2009
Definitely wash the clothes before you put them on the baby. Even though you don't have the problem of other people (who may or may not have taken a shower) trying on the clothes before you bought them, I've worked in a department store unloading trucks, and the clothes stink coming right off the truck (I think airing them out on the rack helps, but still). Any "free and clear" or "sensitive skin" detergent works, it doesn't have to be specifically for babies.
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