How to clean your Hmong WHITE dress
DISCLAIMER: Use this information at your own risk. I merely and writing about my experience.
Hello everyone! It is the beginning of the Hmong new year celebration! I hope everyone has so much fun as the year ends. I love seeing everyone's beautiful vibrant outfits. It just so fun to see what everyone has been up to.
I just wanted to show you one way to clean up your white skirts.
ITEMS YOU WILL NEED:
2. Baby wipes
3. Hair blow dryer
This baby wipe is alcohol-free. It has water, citric acid, pak40, castor oil, sodium citrate, carbonate sodium benzoate, dimethicone, triglyceride, xanthan gum, and fragrance. What I found very interesting was that neither Walmart or Target shows all the ingredients that are in these wipes. I added a photo of the ingredients below. I was also not able to find the ingredients of these wipes on the main Pampers website. I have always been amazed at how well baby wipes can get rid of stains. We have a cream color couch and I was able to get out all the stains just with baby wipes. I almost feel they might possibly be too harsh on a babies bottom since they are able to do that. Now I find it strange I can't find the ingredients or they make it pretty hard to find a list of what ingredients are actually in it. If anyone can shed light on this I would love to know.
As you can see the baby wipes did a great job in getting these basic dirt stains out. This is a lot better then putting your whole dress in water to try to remove the stain. Also the wipes contain some cleaning agents so it is better than just using water to wash the stains out. If you use colored soap you could risk the chance of discolorations happening on your skirt.
HOW DO YOU CLEAN YOUR WHITE SKIRT?
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