New Or Handed-Down Clothes - What To Do First
It is a good idea to wash new clothes before your child wears them to avoid the risk of any allergy or occurrence of rashes. Baby clothes sitting on the store shelves may not be as clean or devoid of dust as they look. The same process should be followed in case of handed-down clothes from older siblings or cousins. These should always be thoroughly washed and preferably left to dry in the sun, which effectively gets rid of most germs.