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 c... More »

To remove grass stains from jeans, pretreat the fabric with a vinegar mixture, allow the solution to sit, scrub the stain and launder using an enzyme detergent. The process takes about 15 minutes longer than the normal w... More »

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Grass stains are particularly hard to get out of jeans. Denim is a thick fabric that loses color with bleach and other harsh cleaners. However, there are some methods that do work to remove those stubborn stains. More »

To remove grass stains from jeans, pretreat the fabric with a vinegar mixture, allow the solution to sit, scrub the stain and launder using an enzyme detergent. The process takes about 15 minutes longer than the normal w... More »

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Dried blood stains are more difficult to remove than fresh stains. Your need cold water, salt, hydrogen peroxide, mild bar soap, a clean towel and a mixing bowl. More »

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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. More »

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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. More »

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