Removing Stains from Hospital Pads

Once again I am asking for your expertise as any previous solutions have worked so well. I use 'hospital pads' around the house for my dogs to lay on when they are chewing a bone or treat of any kind. I wash them regularly, however, once in a while the stains get quite bad. Is there something that I may soak them in, in order to get them cleaner? Thank you, have a nice day and stay safe.

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How about a tub soak with dishwasher detergent for a good degreaser to release the odor and stains?

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