How To Remove Blood Stain (Fabric) by ZyD86


									What You Need

Bowl or sink filled with cold water, bar of soap, stain-removal spray, ammonia, cotton swab,
paper towel, laundry detergent

Follow These Five Easy Steps

1- Wet the stain with cold water

If the stain is fresh and still wet, soak fabric in cold water immediately.

2- Rub with soap

Rub the stain well with a bar of soap, lathering gently.
Tip: For light-colored fabrics, dab with a hydrogen peroxide, which acts as bleach.
3- Re-soak the stain with a pre-treatment stain remover

If the stain has already dried, spray with stain-removal solution. Let it soak in.

4- Dab on diluted ammonia

Apply a small amount of diluted ammonia to the area with a cotton swab.

5- Launder fabric

Machine-wash the fabric using an enzyme detergent (most standard laundry soaps are enzyme-
based), which breaks down protein stains. Make sure the blood has lifted before putting fabric in
the dryer, as the heat will set the stain.

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