How To Remove Blood Stains From Clothes
Blood stains, they end up on our clothes due to skinned knees, bloody nose, etc. Blood doesn't have to be a tough stain to remove from your clothes. Just follow these easy and simple steps. You can see more of my crazy creations here
Option 1 - (best for whites)
Squirt 3% Hydrogen Peroxide onto the bloodstain and let sit for 10 or more minutes.
Blot with a damp cloth and see if your stain is gone, if not repeat until it is.
Once the stain is gone – launder as usual.
Option 2 (best for colors)
Mix 1/2 cup Castile Soap with 1 cup Hydrogen Peroxide (be sure to use the 3% kind you can buy at the store) and place in a dark squirt bottle.
Spray the mixture onto your stain and you can watch it work immediately. I let this one sit for 10 minutes as my son had a bloody nose (sorry).
Place it in your wash and it’ll come out clean. If for some reason the stain persists, repeat the steps and you can soak in this solution as well. I did test this on color fabrics and it did work without bleaching it out.
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