How to Remove Blood Stains From Fabric
Remove blood stains from fabric by blotting the stain with a paper towel, mixing a teaspoon of soap with a cup of hydrogen peroxide and sponging the fabric with the mixture. If the stain remains, wash the garment and try using an ammonia and water mixture with instructions from a stain specialist and mother of five in this free video on stain removal.
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Hi, I'm Sue, I'm here in West Jordan doing laundry. I have plenty of experience, with lots of kids, you sometimes have accidents, and sometimes you'll get like blood on your clothing, and one of the easiest ways to quickly get it out, is at first to take a paper towel, right away if it's a washable fabric, and try to blot up what you can. Then you might want to mix like a teaspoon of soap, with a cup of hydrogen peroxide. And if you dip a sponge in, then you kind of fill that sponge, and pour it over the clothing article, let it sit for a minute, and then take a dry, light color towel, and blot it, and the stain should come right out. If it doesn't, sometimes you have to try something different, because after you finish it with the soap, and the peroxide, you'd want to wash the garment, but do not run it through the dryer. And then you may want to try ammonia, and water in equal parts, and soak it in ammonia first. And then the same thing, after you blot up the excess, and then go ahead and run it through the washer.