Blood Stains

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  • Blood

    Are you seeing red?

    Advice from our experts
    02/25/16 394183
  • How to Get Blood Out of Sheets

    How you do remove blood from sheets? I recommend presoaking blood stains in cool water using a good detergent that contains enzymes – check the list of ingredients to know for sure.  You need to soak items for at least 30 minutes (ideally 60 minut...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    08/29/11 7723
  • Removing Blood from Clothing

    What is the best way to remove blood from clothing? I recommend presoaking blood stains in cool water using a good detergent that contains enzymes – check the list of ingredients to know for sure.  You need to soak items for at least 30 minutes and ...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    07/20/11 3787
  • Periods are bad enough already. Don’t let the stains add to the stress!

    Periods are bad enough already. Don’t let the stains add to the stress! It happens every month and we don’t get much of a choice in that. Whether you’re anxious about being caught by surprise, afraid of what can happen if you’re caught unprepared or ...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    01/20/16 1955
  • Removing Blood from Colored Cotton

    What is the best way to get blood stains out of colored cotton tops? I soaked these tops in cold water, then sprayed a stain remover on them, and then washed them in detergent. I did this twice, but the stains are still visible. I did not put the top...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    05/11/10 880
  • Disinfecting Colored Items

    I am looking for information about Clorox® brand products that can be used to disinfect laundry in a medical facility. The laundry consists of colored fabric but could have blood/body fluids in the fibers. I need to know the options for properly disi...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    12/30/08 162
  • Removing Stains Caused by Dust Mites

    I am having trouble removing blood stains from white cotton sheets (400 thread count). I have used Clorox® Regular-Bleach₂ with CLOROMAX® and dust mite solution, and stains remain. I have been reading lately in home and style magazines, as well as ne...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    06/02/09 127