|Written by jblovly|
Blood stains can get on clothing from anything. Whether its an accident, a nose bleed, a cut, or blood from meat, sometimes, blood may just end up on your clothing. However, this does not have to be the last of your clothes. There are many methods that will completely remove blood stains out of your fabric.
What You'll Need:
Laundry Detergent, Salt, Sponge,Stain Remover, Bleach (Optional)
1. As soon as blood hits your fabric, use a regular or a paper towel to pat it dry. Do not rub the towel back and forth because you do not want the blood to spread in other places.
2. Add salt onto the stain. The salt will immediately soak up and dry up the blood stain. However, this will not remove the stain completely.
3. Add your stain remover to the blood stain. Let it sit for the right amount of time as indicated on the bottle before removing.
4. If stain still persist, wet your sponge. Add laundry detergent to the sponge and scrub the blood stain until it is completely clean.
5. If after completing steps 1-4 and the stain still hasnt removed, you may wash it in your washing machine with an additive such as oxy clean or bleach.
6. Remove from the washing machine, and let air dry or machine dry. The blood stain should be out of the fabric.
TIP: Make sure to read the cleaning instructions on your fabric before doing any of these steps. If your fabric is dry clean only, you will want to take it tothe dry cleaners to remove the stain.