How To Remove Stain From Bed Sheet

How to remove blood stains from fabric, even if they have been washed and dried. SEE BELOW FOR ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. Q: Can this method be

How to remove blood stains from fabric, even if they have been washed and dried. SEE BELOW FOR ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

Q: Can this method be used on coloured fabric, or only white?
A: In the video I did it on a pale blue sheet. It will not bleach fabric, although I do recommend testing on an inconspicuous area if you are worried. My thinking is, if it’s blood stained already you don’t have much to lose by trying.

Q: Can I do this without an iron?
A: The heat is part of the process but it doesn’t have to come from an iron; try a hair straightener / flat-iron or similar, or the bottom of a pan that you’ve heated on the stove, although I can’t guarantee results. Don’t blame me if you burn your fabric!

Q: Do I have to have the hydrogen peroxide / water / heat?
A: Yes.

Q: Where can I buy hydrogen peroxide?
A: At a pharmacy or on Amazon

Q: Did you double dip the Q-tip / cotton swab?
A: No, I switched to the other end when I went back into the hydrogen peroxide the second time. (I now have the hydrogen peroxide in a little spray bottle.)

Q: Can I use this method on my mattress / couch / jeans / car seat / whatever?
A: Yes. But test in an inconspicuous area first if you’re worried.

Q: Where do I dispose of the body?
A: You’re on your own there.

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