How to Remove Dried Blood Stains?

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Dried blood stain removal can often be very difficult and disgusting depending on the size of the mess. Begin by gently scrubbing or blotting the clotted blood. Then rinse the area with cold water, not warm. Next, soak the fabric/cloth in cold water for 10-60 minutes. After you've soaked the cloth blot it with hydrogen peroxide. Then if the blood stain was still not adequately removed treat the stain with a mild laundry detergent.
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1. Presoak the garment in cold water for 2 hours. The blood dissolves easily in cold water. 2. Wash the garment in a cold wash cycle with mild detergent. Do not dry. Heat of any sort
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1. Add 1 tablespoon of liquid dish washing detergent to 2 cups of cold water in a large bowl to make a detergent solution. Ad. 2. Dip a white cloth in the solution and use it to moisten
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Try an enzyme laundry detergent, follow instructions on package. Hydrogen peroxide is very effective also.
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There are many home remedies for removing sweat stains like adding salt or baking soda to your water. However, Oxyclean, a product found in your grocery store works wonders.
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How to Remove Dry Blood Stains
Menstrual cycles, nosebleeds and accidents make blood stains a prevalent issue anywhere, anytime. Blood stains are commonly known as difficult stains to remove from fabric. Although difficult, they are not impossible. With just a few common household... More »
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