Answer #1: Blood Stains.
For fresh dried blood stains; pour hydrogen peroxide on the stain, this will
fizz up, then rinse with Cold water. For an older dried blood stain, wet with
cold water first, then apply the hydrogen peroxide to the stain. It will fizz
then rinse with cold water. -- "vivken"
Answer #2: Fresh Blood stain. Put article of clothing into bathroom sink and pour some peroxide on it and let it set a couple minutes.
work it in a little, rinse and repeat. -- John D
For blood stains-fresh ones or already set
in stains-I swear by a product called "Clear Choice". It is truly
amazing and works on almost any spot or stain in fabrics and also
carpets(you can even mix with water and run through a carpet machine
for awesome results!). This product is non-toxic, non-flammable,
non-magnetic, odor free, and biodegradable. The label on the bottle
says so! It even has a 100% money-back guarantee! I happened upon it by
chance, looking for a spot remover for a pet stain in my carpet, but
that would also remove the odor. It did both, and the best part is you
don't need to scrub the stain. You just rub your finger over the
applied area to activate, blot with an absorbent cloth and Presto! It
can even be used as a laundry pre-treat, and it is fantastic. I have
come across many stains, old and new, my sons always get in their
cloths, and it does the trick every time-even ball point pen, fresh or
old! I could go on and on about it, but you need to try for yourself to
believe. If it isn't sold in your local supermarket on the cleaning
supply aisle, here is the company info.
or call 1-800-683-1152
(this info was obtained directly off the product label on back of bottle)
I hope you try this-it works! -- Tara W.
Fresh Blood Stains: To remove or reduce fresh blood
stains, soak the item in a bowl of milk overnight then wash in the
normal way -- jane rea
Answer #5: Cleaning Blood Stains. Peroxide removes
blood. Just pour the peroxide straight onto the stain and the blood
will disappear. You may have to rub a little on tougher stains, but it
works. -- MMACIAG
Caution!! Full Hydrogen Peroxide strength is a rocket fuel!!! Full Strength should read 5%. Ed.