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How do you get blood off of clothes?

my friend was being stupid and ran into a fence and cut his leg open.My coach told me and this other boy to bring him to the nurses office. He tripped and sprained his ankle(it was one of his BAD days)And we had to carry him and now i have blood all over my shirt and shorts.

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Hydrogen Peroxide with generally remove blood, (test it on a small spot that isn't noticeable first to make sure it isn't going remove the color it shouldn't but you never know)

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Try putting Sprite soda on it and letting it soak. The police use soda to remove blood from the pavement, so it should work on clothes I'd bet...

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COLD WATER...PEROXIDE...AND COKE...ur welcome

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Coke interesting (x that's different I don't think you could just buy that at the store
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lol x] i ment like they but coka cola on the concrete to get blood off....why not clothes??
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Plain cold water helps and this type of bleach that doesn't have harsh chemicals.

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Oxyclean

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Sprite.

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Soak the stain area with milk before washing it.

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Try Club soda dab the stain gently

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Throw it alway

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I cant its my athletic clothes
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Use very cold water on it a scrub it.

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cold water and soap is all you need, if you get it early enough.

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One part hydrogen peroxide and 2 parts water

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They make a pet stain remover called OUT! It can remove even dried in blood, does no harm to any material it's used on, and smells great in the process. You can get it at Wal-mart and other pet stores. I tend to bleed easily after my pain management sessions, and use it to completely remove the blood stains from my white tee shirts. Just spray, wait 20 minutes, and wash as usual. It does wonders. We now use it instead of other stain removers in all of our laundry.

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As soon as you notice the item has been stained, soak in cold salt water or Hydrogen Peroxide.
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Wash as normal, using soap powder.
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If stain isn't removed upon washing, follow the steps below.
Stains that Have Already Been Washed

Most likely, the clothing at this point is beyond repair, but you might just be lucky.
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Apply a stain-removing spray or stick and rub well.


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Let it sit overnight, or a minimum of one or two hours.


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Wash in usual manner.


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If this doesn't do the complete job, although it should, fill your washing machine up, add a scoop of powdered detergent and allow garment to sit in that solution for an hour or two.


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Continue to wash in machine in usual fashion.

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