Here's a neat trick to get blood stains out of white sheets even after they've been
set by the dryer. **EDIT** The following instruction is what worked for me, but ...
A dried blood stain on your fabric can still be removed, although this becomes ...
using a drier, since the heat can cause remnants of the stain to set permanently.
Aug 13, 2016 ... When it comes to removing blood-based stains, especially from items ...
Something stronger might be needed for older or more set-in stains: ...
While a very old, set stain may be impossible to remove, even dried blood stains
can be effectively lightened with patience and the proper treatment.
Wondering how to remove blood stains? Work as ... If you can get to the stain
before it sets, treat it by pouring full-strength white vinegar on the spot. Let it soak
Jun 16, 2011 ... Note: this method of removing blood stains works on most fabrics ... If you dry it in
the dryer it will set the remaining stain in, so always hang dry.
Having trouble removing dried bloodstains from your clothes? Follow these tips ...
How to Remove Blood Stains from Clothing Once Set: If there is any clotted ...
Dec 1, 2010 ... Usually, a quick rinse or soak with cold water will do the trick before the stain sets
in. But many times, blood will set long before you even know ...
Jul 21, 2011 ... The BBC strongly recommends not using hot water to remove a blood stain
because it could make the stain set in; instead soak the fabric in a ...
Jun 18, 2009 ... If you are able to treat the blood stain immediately, it's much easier to clean up
than if it is allowed to set for several hours or longer.