Survival Update

The world is yours

How Easily Remove Blood From Your Clothing

Photo by <a href="">Keagan Henman</a> on <a href="">Unsplash</a>

Some of the hardest stains to remove from clothes or fabrics come from blood. And yet, these stains can easily occur as a small cut, or injury or even a woman’s menstrual cycle could lead to fabrics getting stained. If you are wanting to clean out blood stains from clothing then the first thing to remember is that you should work towards cleaning the stain as quickly as possible. With blood stains, time is of the essence, so it is a good choice to start treating the stain as soon as possible.

From there you can use several different techniques to get the blood off of your clothes.

1. Soap and Water

If you act fast enough and the blood has not hardened at all, then cold water and soap might be enough for you to clean up the stain. When cleaning a blood stain make sure to thoroughly rinse the fabric from both sides to get as much of the blood off as possible. Any soap you have on hand should be enough to help you clean up the stain.

2. Hydrogen peroxide

If you are not scared of your fabric getting bleached then hydrogen peroxide could help you clean some stains. This is a solution that works best with white or light-colored fabrics, as dark colors will be greatly bleached and even destroyed. When using hydrogen peroxide make sure to dab instead of rubbing the stain to clean it.

3. White Vinegar

Use a little bit of vinegar to soak the blood stain for around 10 minutes. Then take a different cloth or paper towel to blot the stain. Then rinse thoroughly with cold water. This process might need to be repeated several times for the blood to completely be removed from your clothing.