Blood stains

Blood stains.

Washable fabrics stained with blood should be soaked in salt water or an enzyme powder solution as soon as possible, even for two, three hours. Cold bath or machine wash, without heating. Stain remnants can be removed with bleach, powder or liquid, depending on the type of fabric (follow the manufacturer's recommendations). You can also slightly moisten with hydrogen peroxide (1 part of the hydrogen peroxide per 3 parts of the water), hang in the air and moisten for so long, until the stain disappears. Rinse well, to remove residual hydrogen peroxide. It is better to have valuable items of clothing cleaned.

Moisten the stains on a sponge mattress with hydrogen peroxide, until the stain fades.

Fresh blood can sometimes be drawn out of washable fabrics with a solution 1/2 teaspoons (2 ml) salt in a glass (250 ml) water. The fabric is then soaked in cold water with washing powder. Fresh blood stains on white cotton can be soaked in cold ammonia water.

Blood stains on the carpet you need to dry with napkins, and then put a cloth dipped in water and salt - 1 teaspoon (5 ml) salt per glass (250 ml) cold water. Moisten and dry, until the stain fades. Wipe clean, with a damp cloth, to remove any salt residues. If the stain remains, mix hydrogen peroxide half and half with warm water and rub the solution into the fleece with a brush. Keep the place slightly damp for one to two hours, until the stain fades. Another way to remove blood stains from the carpet is to rub them with borax and water paste or powder and water bleach.. After drying, remove the powder from the carpet with a vacuum cleaner.

If blood stains dry, moisten them with a little water. Apply a cloth with a washing powder solution - 1 teaspoon (5 ml) powder on 1 a glass (250 ml) warm water. Alternately moisten and dry, until the spots fade. If the carpet is light, use hydrogen peroxide as above. Caution: do not distort the carpet.