How to Get Rid of Blood Stains on Your Shirt
Ideally, you will treat blood stains on your shirt, while it is still wet, which makes it easier to get out. But they are clearly a challenge. BacaMania will show you the best way to treat them.
Ideally, you will treat blood stains while still wet, which makes it easier to get out. But they are clearly a challenge.
This video shows the best way to treat them.
What do you need?
The bowl or sink is filled with cold water, soap, stain remover, ammonia, cotton wool, paper towels, detergent
Follow these steps
1. Wet the stain with cold water
If the stain is still fresh and still wet, immediately soak the cloth in cold water.
2. Rub with soap
Rub the stain well using soap, clean broom.
Tip: For light colored fabrics, apply with hydrogen peroxide, which acts as a bleach.
3. Soak the stain again with the pre-treatment stain remover
If the stain is dry, spray it with the stain remover solution. Let it sink in.
4. Apply aqueous ammonia
Apply a small amount of ammonia diluted to the area with a cotton swab.
5. Wash cloth
Wash the machine using enzyme detergent (mostly standard enzyme-based washing soap), which breaks down protein stains. Make sure the blood has been removed before putting the cloth in the dryer, because heat will regulate the stain.