It’s gross enough to leak blood monthly, but what do you when you have to scrub the bloody mess out of jeans? The last thing you wanna do when your crampy is to scrub your jeans! Yeah, every woman knows the feeling!
However, life happens and you have to grab another pair of panties, jeans and change your sheets, depending what you stained! The next move is to save your garments, because blood leaves deep fabric stains, especially if you don’t act immediately.
Anyhow, these bloody stains shouldn’t be the death penalty to your clothes, because there is actually a way in removing them out of your clothes, even if they are old or fresh.
At first, when I heard about this blood removal trick I was a bit skeptical, but I said: let’s try it because it can’t do more harm. Honestly, I’m glad in testing it because I successfully removed the blood stain out of my jeans.
So, you need:
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Dawn dish soap
- Baking soda
- Old toothbrush
How to proceed?
- First, apply hydrogen peroxide on the blood stain and give it a gentle scrub using the toothbrush. This way you’ll help peroxide work deep into the fabric.
- After scrubbing, leave peroxide to soak for 15 more minutes over the stain.
- If the stain is old and it didn’t remove completely, you should apply some Dawn dish soap over the stain and sprinkle some baking soda over it. Scrub it again with the toothbrush and rinse well at the end.
- The next move is to throw the stained garment into the washing machine and wash it as usual.