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How to Remove Blood Stains from Clothes (Fresh or Dried)

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A lot of people struggle  with removing blood stains from their clothes.

Guess what? You don’t need any ” special products ” to remove these stains from your favorite shirt. Only things laying around your house will be useful.

Here are a few simple tips on how to get blood stains out of your clothes.

DON’T use warm water when trying to take out a blood stain, because it actually cooks the stain and makes it set in more. Blood contains protein, hot water would  only encourage all those proteins to set blood into your fabric, you don’t want that.

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1.) Using Shampoo.

Pour a very small portion of shampoo on the stain and  scrub it  with cold water. Keep scrubbing and once the shampoo starts to lather, add a tablespoon of salt. Then rub the combination into the fabric and soak in cold water for 3 hours.  Wash like normal, using cold water in your wash cycle.

2.) Using Hydrogen Peroxide. 

Take 1 tablespoon of salt and mix them with 1/4 cup of hydrogen to make a paste. Wash off stained area with water. Put the stained area inside the bowl of hydrogen peroxide and salt for 30 minutes and  wash like you normally do but don’t forget using cold water in your wash cycle.

3.) Using Vinegar. You should apply vinegar directly to the stained area, then blot with cold water cloth until the stain comes out. Wash it like normal using cold water in your wash cycle.

 

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