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Tide Solution for Blood Stains posted by Tide
Wet a cloth with cold water and blot.

1) Brush the excess stain off the surface of the fabric.
2) Rinse in cold water to dilute the stain.
3) Using a PLASTIC bucket, create a soak solution by adding 1/2 use (approx. 25 mls) Tide® Liquid. per gallon of cold water. Allow the garment to soak for up to 30 minutes, weighting the item with a WHITE towel to keep it totally submerged.
4) Wash in cold water with 1 use of Tide® Coldwater.
5) If stain remains, repeat steps before drying.

Before treating any garment, refer to the instructions on the care label. Always test solution on a hidden area first. If treating washable silk or wool, follow basic instructions, but hand wash.
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Blood Stainsposted by CAROLYN

You can get most blood stains out of most garments stained with blood by just using Hydrogen Peroxide. Just pour cap size amounts over thw stain, allow to fizz up. Keep applying cap size amounts until no more fizzing, then gentle rub out the rest of stain. You can also use a white wash cloth to help remove the stainh. (you can buy really cheap white cloths just for blotting stains.)

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How i remove stainsposted by Ester

I never give out of peroxide and alcohol.First i apply peroxide and let it set awhile,if it still showing any sign,then i apply alcohol.It:s 99.% sure to remove it;Anytime i see any kind stain i run for the peroxide. Ester Yates

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How to remove blood - fresh or dried blood!posted by Mohit

First, wet the blood stain with cold water. Blot blood with a cotton-ball soaked with hydrogen peroxide. You should notice immediate results with the blood being absorbed into the cotton ball. Continue blotting until most (or all) of the stain is gone. Add a small amount of detergent and pat it into the stained area. Let sit for about five minutes. Wash as usual!

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