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Removing Blood From Fabric

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I have found that pouring straight Hydrogen Peroxide on the blood stain will almost immediately remove it. If for some reason, a shadow remains, Dawn has a new product called Dawn Power Scrubber. Spray liberally, let sit one hour, wash as usual, hang to dry. Check for spot, should be gone.

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  • Soakin in milk works great too! The protien in the milk dissolves the blood, no matter if its a fresh or old stain! - by BALLERINA_2006
  • Thank you for the tip because I have a little problem trying to remove blood stains and this have done the trick. Thank you. - by DIAMOND102
  • This certainly does work. I have actually used this. Actually works quite well. - by ANGLEGIRLSANDY
  • I used to work in a hospital...learned that H2O2 trick from an old time nurse. Works! emoticon - by DIANNEJOYCE1
  • I was once at a cabin in the hinterlands and my daughter spilled blackberry jam all over her new yellow top. I took it and tried to simulate Oxy clean... First I tried beer (having no soda with bubbles) and that did not work. Then I rubbed the stain with the bar of soap and added more beer... Magic!! blackberry stain gone. Bubbles seem to work no matter the source of them... but a little soap may help. Thanks for the tip. - by TDHFIFTY

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