How to Get Rid of Old Dried Blood Stains?

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You will need a bucket of hot water, laundry detergent and stain remover. Place the stained clothing in the hot water, add some stain remover and soap. Let it sit for about an hour, throw in the washer on a regular cycle and dry as usual.
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1. Scrape dried blood off the surface of the fabric with a fingernail or the dull side of a butter knife so that the fabric will not be damaged. Removing dried blood solids will allow
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The best way to get rid of dried blood is to dab the spot with hydrogen peroxide on a cotton ball.
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1. Flush the stain with cold water to remove any loosely attached elements of the stain. Ad. 2. Rub laundry soap into the stain generously, until a thick, creamy lather is produced.
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hydrogen peroxided.
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Blood stains are actually fairly easy to deal with. You'll want to soak the item in question in cold water along with some hydrogen peroxide, then wash normally. It's very important to air dry after washing because heat could actually make the problem worse.
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