How to remove blood stains

Stain dried and set on colored shirts

  6 answers
  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Jan 21, 2018
    Hi NITA,
    As you probably know, it's harder to remove any stain that that is dried and set, but click on the link below for several ideas. Hopefully one of them will work. Wishing you the best.

  • Dfm Dfm on Jan 21, 2018
    my favorite little yellow bottle. carbona line of stain removers. if it were fresh, cold water and keep rinsing. blood contains proteins the will shrink up in hot water, keep the water cool.

  • Lena Lena on Jan 21, 2018
    If it is washable and even if it is set you can try this. Use lukewarm water, shout, hydroperoxide, and Dawn. You don't need to put all of this on at once. Depending on the color will determine if you can use Borax. But try the warm water and using a squirt bottle put a small amount of peroxide first. If it foams up it truly is blood and you can get it out. But you have to be the one that gets it out because you have to use that old fashioned elbow grease. Good luck and I am sorry I made this so long but I do talk a lot. Lena Lewis 2015

  • Nancy Walters Nancy Walters on Jan 21, 2018
    Peroxide. Try on a spot that won't show first, though.
    Or go to a uniform store, they sell Zout...that worked well when I was a Nurse

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jan 21, 2018
    Try Stain Devil for Blood stains.

  • Nun32489822 Nun32489822 on Jan 22, 2018
    Bold its biological eric