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Toothpaste For Blood Stains

Colgate toothpaste removes blood stains from cotton material even after it has dried. Use before you wash and dry. It even smells good.

By Norma from Greeley, CO


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February 21, 20070 found this helpful

I wonder if it works on set in blood stains. I suppose it's worth a try. My husband thought he'd be helpful and washed my daughter's comforter that her nose bled on. He did not pre-treat, the blood didn't come out and he put in the dryer! I've tried other methods to no avail so what do I have to lose?

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February 28, 20140 found this helpful

I tried it on a blue cotton dress I wanted to wear to my nephew's birthday party and it worked wonders. Before you ask, no, it was not Aunt Flo the blood was from the last time I wore it for the holidays. While helping my grandmother cut my finger and without thinking I used the skirt part to try and stop the bleeding.

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