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The Laundry Lowdown

Welcome! We’re pretty sure you’ve got better things to do than think about laundry all day long. Fortunately, the laundry nerds here at Heritage Park do not! Doing laundry is our passion, our hobby, and our business. And we’re willing to get a little dirty to show you how to get your laundry a lot cleaner. Here you can find our collective expertise on all things laundry related.

Parents of a newborn baby are often surprised at just how sensitive their skin is. Along with being brand new to all the allergies and irritants of everyday life, babies are also still developing their immune systems. You want to choose a gentle, non-irritating detergent to wash toddler and baby clothes, towels, bedding, and even cloth diapers. Any chemicals that remain in cloth or fabric have the potential to trigger allergies or irritation on sensitive skin.

We compare Heritage Park Baby and Toddler Laundry Detergent with Le Blanc Children’s Laundry Wash and Noodle & Boo Ultra-Safe Baby Laundry Detergent. In the product comparison we cover everything from ingredients to cleaning enzymes and beyond. We compare and contrast the similarities and differences between these leading baby detergents and tell you which is best at tackling those tough baby stains.

We compare Heritage Park Baby and Toddler Laundry Detergent with Dreft (Stage 1 and 2). In the product comparison we cover everything from ingredients to cleaning enzymes and beyond. We compare and contrast the similarities and differences between these leading baby detergents and tell you which is best at tackling those tough baby stains.

Heritage Park proudly announces the addition of its newest product: Baby and Toddler Laundry Detergent. Formulated to be gentle on baby skin and effective on baby stains, this fragrance-free detergent is made with a powerful five-enzyme blend that targets the toughest stains. It is safe for use on baby clothes, bedding, soft toys, and more.
5 Common baby stains and how-to treat them. Stain removal is not a one size fits all set of guidelines, particularly when it comes to babies, who have sensitive skin and tend to make their own special brand of stains. In every case, however, it’s best to act quickly and plan to soak. The goal is always to get the stain/smell out of the fabric using the gentlest treatment possible.

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