Hooray! I have finally finished my baby clothes organization project! I have four Space Bags stacked on my coffee table: one extra large and three large. Four bags may not sound like much, but these bags are freaking huge. As a reference, these clothes filled over a dozen giant diaper boxes.
These four Space Bags hold 18-months worth of clothes that were worn by two little boys. I realize that no baby in history can possibly wear all of these clothes, but I loathe to throw away or give away anything that I may need in the future so I kept all of the clothes.
I have, however, decided to throw away all of the severely stained baby clothes. I used Soilove on the clothes that were mildly stained and have had great success. Soilove is found at 99cent Only Stores (we have them in CA, but I'm not sure about other states) and it is quite possibly the very best stain remover that I have ever used. I always make sure to have an adequate stock of Soilove on hand because my son is all boy. It removes nearly anything, even set stains that have been run through the dryer. It might take one or two treatments, but it does ultimately remove nearly any stain. I use it so frequently that I wish I could purchase it by the gallon.
My big project is complete and the clothes are able to be stored. It's cliche, but I feel as though a weight has been lifted from me. It feels wonderful to look at the fruits of my labor and I feel quite proud of my accomplishment.