How to Get Blood out of a Duvet

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Things You'll Need

  • Sink

  • Stopper

  • Cold water

  • Hydrogen peroxide

  • Medicine dropper

  • Washing machine

  • Laundry soap

  • Color-safe bleach

Hydrogen peroxide helps to remove blood stains from your duvet.

Duvets are bedspreads that traditionally have a washable removable cover. A duvet also can be the cover itself, purchased separately from the quilt. Duvets can add a new color palette to a room or make an inexpensive bedspread look stylish. Duvets can also be quite expensive; some of the higher-quality duvets can cost hundreds of dollars. Hard-to-clean stains, including blood stains, can be removed from your duvet at home, potentially saving you a large amount of money on replacement or professional cleaning.


Step 1

Fill a sink half full with cold water.

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Step 2

Soak the affected area of the duvet in the water for several minutes.

Step 3

Drain the water and apply hydrogen peroxide directly to the blood stain with a medicine dropper.

Step 4

Place the duvet into the washing machine on the "cold" setting with laundry soap.

Step 5

Rewash the duvet with color-safe bleach on a "cold" setting if the stain has not come out.


Remove dried blood by rubbing the affected area with a toothbrush before soaking the duvet in cold water.


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