Learn how to remove blood from clothing quickly and easily with only 2 ingredients. Save your kids clothes by using these tips to remove blood stains.
Blood removal from clothes
I know this is another gross topic to talk about, but almost every kid gets a bloody nose, especially during the allergy months…. especially here in Oklahoma.
However, this post can’t be any grosser than talking about how easy it is to remove pee stain and pee smell from mattresses, right?
The worst is when your child gets a bloody nose and he happens to be wearing his white (over priced) soccer jersey and has set the stain. However, blood is really easy to get out of white clothing and you probably have one, if not two, of these things at home.
Choose a removal method and remove a blood stain quickly and easily. Treat the stain and be amazed as the blood stains from clothing that are removed.
This is real life and well stains happen. Especially if you have kids.
Get started with these easy and inexpensive tips to have your clothes looking brand new again.
- Fels-naptha bar. I talked about how this simple bar is by far the best stain remover, and blood stains are no problem for it too.
It is cheap too. The cost is only around $1-$3. We love products that work so well and for them to cost so little is a big plus in our book.
How to remove blood from clothing:
This method works best to treat blood stains that have just happened. Try this for fresh blood stains and act fast.
- Step one. Rub the blood stain with the soap.
- Step 2. Scrub slightly with a sponge and watch the blood disappear.
Step 3. Wash like normal and the stain will be completely gone.
It really is that easy!! Now, you might be thinking what about dried blood stains? We have a solution for that as well.
I don’t know if you have ever tried this but hydrogen peroxide is great to remove blood stains from anything. It won’t hurt the fabric either.
- Step 1. Pour Hydrogen Peroxide directly on the stain.
The cool thing that happens is the Hydrogen peroxide immediately starts to bubble when you pour it on. The kids just think that is awesome.
- Step 2. Scrub slightly with a sponge or damp cloth and watch the stain disappear. You will be amazed how the stain just disappears immediately when you start to dab the stain.
- Step 3. Wash the clothing as normal in the washing machine with laundry detergent.
It is that easy.
You can get really get out blood stains, or any stain really without spending a TON of money or buying some expensive cleaner.
It can really get expensive buying fancy cleaners and especially new clothes. Now you can just remove the blood stain with very little time or money spent.
It is a win all around. You will love how simple and inexpensive it is.
If you have children, this is definitely something you want to save or pin for later. I promise if you don’t need it now you will one day soon!
I am always amazed at what a child can do to their clothing. It never ceases to amaze me and it seems to always be on a new outfit.
Can white vinegar remove blood stains?
Yes, white vinegar can also remove blood stains by pouring directly on the stain. A baking soda mixture is also helpful.
Use cold water and blot with a clean cloth or paper towel. Add more water to remove the vinegar.
Tips for blood removal from clothes:
- Soak the garment. Dried blood stains that are difficult to remove can be soaked in cold water with dishwashing detergent.
- Cold Water. Do not use hot water as it will further set the blood stain.
Print instructions to remove blood from clothing:
How to Remove Blood Stains from clothing
- Fels-naptha bar
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- White Vinegar
- Step one: Rub the blood stain with the soap:
- Step 2: Scrub slightly with a sponge and watch the blood disappear.
- Step 3: Wash like normal and the stain is completely gone.
- Step 1: Pour Hydrogen Peroxide directly on stain.
- Step 2: Scrub slightly with a sponge and watch the stain disappear
- Step 3: Wash like normal in the washing machine with laundry detergent.