Can These Clothes Be Saved?!?!?!

I’m trying to sort through our plethora of huge tubs full of children’s clothes in hopes of identifying what Hannah and Jack still need for fall and winter, and to put Sarah’s clothes in her dresser.

As you might remember, when Hannah was a baby she spit up all the time. ALL. THE. TIME. Until she was 10 months old, that child barfed all day long. I used to spend a lot of time stain treating laundry, but I knew there would be some clothes with yellow stains on them from all the spit up.

What I didn’t anticipate when I pulled out the clothes today was that EVERY single piece of girls’ clothing in newborn, 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-9 months would be stained, and I mean stained to the point I would not take a kid out in public wearing it.

Help! Some of these outfits are so completely adorable and were barely worn other than the few times Hannah barfed on them, and while I was planning to scale down and not keep everything, I wanted to keep the really cute stuff. Does anyone know a miracle recipe for getting these yellow spitup stains out of clothes? Blair has mentioned Oxy before, would that work? Or am I going to be stuck buying all new clothes for this baby?

Any thoughts, solutions, or helpful advice would be much appreciated!

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