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There was another product that was fabulous even after these type of stains including, mustard, grass, blood, and tea. I will think of it and add it here when I do.
Why are coffee & red wine stains so hard to get rid of?Also, do you know any good tricks for getting rid of stains?
can't answer either of your questions, but I will add thar your own saliva will help remove any blood stains. It works best if its your saliva on your blood, doesn't work so well on others...you should also probably refrain from spitting on someone else if they have a stain!
Why won't someone elses saliva remove your own blood?
Plain hydrogen Peroxide removes Blood stains easily.. I have used it for years.. soak the stain in the peroxide and it will bubble like crazy lifting out the blood.. it works well on most all protein stains and a friend at the hospital told me this years ago and low and behold it works very well. I have not lost a single item to bloodstain since..My son was viciously attacked by a dog who tore the hell out of his arm.. the blood was everywhere.. his shirt was drenched.. they through his shirt in a bag at the hospital and it got left in my trunk for a couple weeks before I remembered it it was well dried and set in as it was summer and the trunk had been quite hot..I took the shirt in and bought three big economy size bottles of peroxide and dropped in his very colorful blue shirt and allowed it to begin soaking the results began before my eyes bubbling and lifting the protein from the shirt.. It was crazy quick!I I always rub the clothing together if there are any remnants of blood then I rinse it if necessary, I pour a tad more onto the stain and rub and rinse with the peroxide... works great!