There are things in life you only learn about once you have children.
This is one of those things: bananas make stain on clothes that, to borrow a phrase from a movie, will outlast religion.
"Bananas are an ideal baby food," they say. "It will be fun," they say.
Oh my Dog - this stuff is crazy! The stain has survived so much that I'm sure bananas have military applications. Do they use bananas for tattoo ink?
Of course, it's only on a couple of nice items that I would like to keep using.
Unfortunately they went through a soak-wash-dry cycle before I realised this so I've probably set the stains. I've tried soaking in sensitive napisan (several times, overnight), scrubbing with napisan made into a paste, pink spray stain remover, scrubbing with dish washing detergent. Google tells me to try pink napisan (currently using the sensitive version), tea tree oil, sun and bleach. Bleach isn't a great option - stains are on white part of the clothes (of course), but close to dark areas.
So I'm asking for the collective wisdom of those who have gone before me - does anything actually work? Or do I save the money I would spend on tea tree oil and pink laundry products and just go and buy baby new clothes instead?