What to do in case of blood stains?
First of all, we advise you to act as soon as the stain occurs to prevent it from drying up. This prevents the blood stain from penetrating deep into the fabric.
First try to remove blood from clothes by rinsing with cold water - often this is sufficient for getting blood out of clothes. Make sure not to use hot water, because this alters the structure of the blood. Do not rub; you will only rub the blood deeper into the fabric’s fibres!
Is this not enough to remove blood bloodstains from clothes or is it a dried stain? Then you might try one of the following methods that we found on various websites.
Three ways to remove blood stains
In addition to HG’s effective solution, there are a number of other ways you can try to remove bloodstains from clothes.
Pour some milk on the blood stain in your clothes and let it penetrate deep into the fabric. Then dab it up with a dry cloth, until the blood stain has disappeared.
First dampen the blood stain with cold water, then apply some shampoo and leave it to work. Then machine wash to get the stain out completely.
3. Mixture of table salt and cold water
Apply a mixture of table salt and cold water to the blood stain in the piece of clothing or the mattress and leave it to work; the salt has strong absorbing qualities. Then scrub the mixture away with a clean, slightly damp cloth.
Do these household tips not work to your satisfaction? Then try the HG solution developed especially for getting blood out of clothes.
HG has thé solution for dried blood stain removal from fabrics
HG has developed a product to remove various types of stains from fabric, such as stains caused by blood, milk and egg whites, but also mayonnaise, whipping cream and exudate. HG stain away no. 4 is the perfect product to remove blood stains.
Do you have a good tip on how to remove blood stains? Let us know!