To remove blood from jeans, act quickly. Rub the stain out with a wash cloth soaked in cold water. If this method fails to totally remove the blood stain, use undiluted vinegar. If the stain remains, remove it by using cold water, salt and a toothbrush.Continue Reading
Soak a wash cloth in cold water, and rub the stain. Rinse the rag, and repeat. If the stain comes out completely, launder the jeans as you regularly would. Do not use hot water because doing so sets the stain in.
If any of the stain remains, saturate it with undiluted white vinegar. Allow the vinegar to sit on the stain for 20 minutes, and rinse. If the stain is gone, wash the jeans as you normally would.
Use a sponge to soak any remaining blood-stained area of the jeans. Dab the sponge in cold water so that the stain does not become permanent.
Apply a thin layer of table salt to the water-soaked area.
Scrub the salt into the stain with an old tooth brush. Rinse the brush with cold water, as needed.
Rinse away all of the salt with cold water.
Wash the jeans in a washing machine using regular detergent.
Clean blood stains by blotting the fabric, soaking the fabric in cold water or saline solution, working the stain out by hand and machine-washing the fabric in cold water. Dab hydrogen peroxide on stubborn stains.Full Answer >
Peroxide can remove blood from many things. Test a small area to make sure that it will not bleach the surface to which it is being applied.Full Answer >
To remove a blood stain, clean the area with dish detergent and water or rubbing alcohol, rinse the carpet with a small amount of cool water and remove excess moisture with paper towels. Use ammonia or hydrogen peroxide to remove stubborn blood stains.Full Answer >
Cold water, salt and soap can remove dried blood stains within 15 minutes to an hour. Soaking the item in cold salt water may require some additional time. This stain removal method is recommended for sturdier fabrics, such as cotton or denim.Full Answer >