by Lee Wyatt
(last updated May 15, 2017)
Kids are great, aren't they? I love sitting in my house with the window open and listening to them playing around outside, having a grand old time, just a whoopin' and a hollerin' and causing a general ruckus. That is until they happen to come walking in, still giggling, covered head to toe in mud. Kind of reminds you of the old Calvin and Hobbes comics, you know? The only thing worse than that is when you happen to begin your laundry routine, and find that your kids' clothes have some kind of mystery stain.
While this undoubtedly stressful part of life will never truly go away—even when they move out, kids still keep bringing back their stained clothes—there are things you can do to reduce the frustration. In addition you an also save money by using the kids' clothes longer. Here are a few general ideas that can be applied to any child's clothes.
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