Removing Blood Stains

Use household ammonia (full strength) to remove blood stains from clothing. Try to catch the stain as quickly as possible, and launder right away in cold water. Stain will disappear.


By CEBush from Phoenix, AZ

June 24, 20110 found this helpful

Hydrogen peroxide works wonders. The kind you use on cuts and can use to brush your teeth with. It will even take out dried old blood. Just fizzes it out.

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June 25, 20110 found this helpful

The hospitals use hydroperoxide to remove blood from fabric!

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June 25, 20110 found this helpful

Plain ole' dollar store peroxide will remove most any stain. I keep a spray bottle by my washing machine for this purpose.


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