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Get Blood Out of Clothes:
No one is safe from the occasional blood stain on their clothes. You must have had to get rid of many pieces of clothing in your life because of spilled blood. Even though you cannot recover those lost pieces of clothing, you can make sure that if it does happen again, you will be prepared for it.
Blood dries rather quickly and when it does it gets even more difficult to remove from clothes.
Dried blood is comparatively more difficult to remove because, well, it’s dried blood. Luckily there are still a number of ways you can get rid of it.
Toothpaste contains several strong elements that can wash away the stained blood. Apply the toothpaste on the blood and let it dry. Once it has dried, rinse thoroughly with cold water. This works best on clothing because it can just be put in the washing after the toothpaste is applied. If you do not reach the desired goal, repeat the process.
Saliva contains enzymes that can easily fight of and break the protein in the blood. This works well with small, hard to get, stains. Spit on the blood and rub till you start to see it removing. Wash the piece of clothing in cold water after.
Like saliva, meat tenderizer contains enzymes that can remove sturdy blood stains. This method works best on rugged fabrics like denim. If used with softer fabrics like linen or silk, the clothing will be damaged. Fill a bowl of cold water and soak the blood stained cloth within. Once it is wet, sprinkle a tablespoon of the meat tenderizer onto the stain and leave the bowl for a day. After it has set in, wash and rinse the piece of fabric.
Rinse in Cold Water:
Rinsing freshly blood stained clothes in very cold water is the easiest way to remove the stains. You need to wash the fabric till the stain has disappeared.
If some of the stains still remain, mix cold water with salt until it forms a pasty substance. Apply the substance onto the blood on your shirt or jeans and rub the paste onto the stain. Rinse with cold water and repeat the process If necessary.
Soap or Shampoo:
If rinsing with water or salt water does not completely remove the stain you can apply soap or shampoo to clean the stain. Rub it properly and wash with lots of cold water to get all the stains and make your piece of clothing good as new.
If you can get to the stain before it has started to dry up, pour white vinegar on the area of the stain. Let the vinegar soak in for at-least 10 minutes and then clear it with a towel. Repeat if necessary.
Blood stains can be difficult to get rid of. They can be almost impossible to remove once the blood has started to dry up but if you follow the methods mentioned above, there is a very good chance your fabric will be good as new in no time.