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18 Cheap and Easy Ways to Remove Blood Stains

Got stubborn blood stains? These 18 tips to remove blood stains will have you stain-free in no time!

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BEST SIMPLE AND EASY WAYS TO REMOVE BLOOD STAINS

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Remove Blood Stains Even After Drying

How to remove blood stains even after drying - 1. Pour hydrogen peroxide 3% on the stain and give it a good scrub with a clean rag. Let it soak for 5 minutes or so. 2. Take your hot iron and go over the spot until the stain disappears. You may notice a ring around where the peroxide was - just wet it with water from a spray bottle and go over it with the iron again. Voila!

Wait! Before you turn that cami into a dish rag, we have some tips to remove stains from your women's clothing. You can battle even the most notable stains with a little bit of know-how and we will show you how save a few items and save money. Use this laundry guide to troubleshoot your ugliest laundry dilemmas. Your first step is to understand that not all stains are created equal, so each type needs a personalized treatment. We go over stains such as: wax, makeup, blood, wine, baby formula…

I just tried this and it really worked! All menstruating women need to know how to get blood stains out! After you use the cornstarch/salt/water blend (I didn't have peroxide) then just mist water onto the mattress and soak it up with paper towels. Worked like magic!