Heinz White Vinegar.
To clean a blood stain from clothes, saturate the stain with Heinz
White Vinegar, wait five minutes, and blot with a clean cloth.
To clean a blood stain from clothes, pour hydrogen peroxide on the
stain, let it foam, and then launder as usual. The hydrogen peroxide
breaks down the protein in the blood.
Ivory Soap. To
clean a blood stain from clothes, rinse the garment with cold water,
rub a bar of Ivory Soap over the stain, let sit for five minutes,
rub the soap into the spot again, and rinse clean. Repeat if
Jet-Dry. To clean a
blood stain from clothes, saturate the stain with Jet-Dry, wait five
minutes, then blot with a dean cloth. Launder as usual.
Kingsford’s Corn Starch.
To clean a blood stain, cover the spot with a paste made from
Kingsford's Corn Starch and cold water. Rub gently, let dry, and
then brush clean. The corn starch absorbs the blood.
McCormick Meat Tenderizer.
Cover the blood stain with a paste made from McCormick Meat
Tenderizer and cool water. Wait twenty minutes and sponge off with
cool water. The enzymes in the meat tenderizer break up the proteins
in the blood.
Windex. Spray a
blood stain with Windex and rinse clean. Repeat if necessary.