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Blood Spots From Sewing

I use hydrogen peroxide (3%) on a cotton ball to remove blood spots when quilting or sewing, from the needle sticks. Removes with no trace of stain. I use it on other spots on clothes. When applying make up, if a spot gets on a blouse, this removes it in seconds, dries with no tell tale sign, and you are good to go. I've used it on carpets and drapes as well.

By Diane from Allentown, PA


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January 16, 20070 found this helpful

If you have a small blood spot, wad up a piece of thread and put it in your mouth til it is quite wet. Sponge the spot with the wet thread and repeat til the spot is gone. Your saliva removes your own blood. I've done this countless times.

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