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How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

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Mdolph6
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How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

I cut myself shaving last night and I got alittle blood on my comforter ( I dont really even know how) anyway....how do I get it out?? I tried my Tide to go pen but it didnt do much...I couldnt wash it last night because it was to late so today I am going to go home and wash it but is there anything I can do??

Posted 9/24/08 8:32 AM
 
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VickiC
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

Try spot cleaning with some cold water. That usually works for me to get blood out. Even old and dried blood. Then your Tide to Go should be ok for some detergent I would think.

Posted 9/24/08 8:49 AM
 

MeeshMosh
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

try spray & wash... i use this for EVERYTHING & it has gotten out mad stains that i thought were NEVER going to come out!!

Posted 9/24/08 8:50 AM
 

MOM2NICO
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

Dab Peroxide on it. Let it foam up. Blot off. Keep repeating till the stain is gone.

Posted 9/24/08 8:57 AM
 

Goobster
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

One of those rub on stain sticks for prewash should do it.

Posted 9/24/08 10:42 AM
 

Chrisnamy
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

Peroxide on a cloth will take out blood.

just do a spot test before to make sure it doesn't damage the fabric

Posted 9/24/08 11:09 AM
 

lucyloo
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

Spray and Wash

Posted 9/24/08 11:20 AM
 

Lillykat
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

Posted by MOM2NICO

Dab Peroxide on it. Let it foam up. Blot off. Keep repeating till the stain is gone.



ITA this does work

Posted 9/24/08 12:33 PM
 

christys0925
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

Goop!!! It's in a white tub. It's either in the laundry or hardware dept at the store. You just smooth some on and let it sit for a little while, then wash.

Posted 9/24/08 1:38 PM
 

DanaRenee
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Re: How do you get blood out of my comforter? (cut myself shaving)

Peroxide totally works. Keep dabbing it, let it sit, dab, sit, etc It should come out.

Posted 9/25/08 10:53 AM
 
 

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