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#1 of 7 Old 08-02-2002, 08:54 AM - Thead Starter
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I learned this from my friend's mom who was a nurse for many, many years and a teacher of nurses. Soak item in hydrogen peroxide and water. The peroxide foams a lot and pulls the blood right out of your clothes w/o leaving a stain. It can even work on old blood, but not as well. I also used this method to pull blood out of my carpet when my cat gave birth to kittens right next to my bed.

 
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That is a good one to remember! Thanks Grace!
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I have used this to get blood out of my carpet. It worked beautifully!
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I used to have this problem with the boys clothes till I started buying dark colours for them maybe I can go back to lighter colours now - well as soon as I figure out how to get grass stains and ground in dirt off them anyway LOL
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Great tip ... I just cut my foot yesterday and have a spot in ou light beige carpet! ...... going for the HP now!
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Wow with my little daredevil I have to remember that one
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She bought these baby clothes at a garage sale that were brand new, but covered with blood. (I don't know how that happened.) I thought ick!, but she got it all out in no time and they looked as good as new.

 
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