Remove Blood with Laundry Detergent

20 December 2022
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What's in This Guide?
Cleaning Items You'll Need.
Biological washing powder
Small bowl
20 ml lukewarm water
Pipette

What You Need to Know on Removing Blood Stains With Laundry Detergent

You Google ways to clean a blood stain (like we all do) and are swamped with hundreds of options. How do you know which ones work? It is difficult to know which of these methods to use.

Don’t worry, we have you covered. In this helpful guide, we show you how to remove a blood stain with biological laundry detergent. This is for those who do not have hydrogen peroxide or simply want to learn how to remove a stain with biological washing powder.

Read on to find out how to get rid of those troublesome blood stains without bleach or any nasty chemicals. Eco-friendly, safe and effective.

Did You Know?
Biological washing powder contains enzymes that help break down protein compounds that form stains in your clothes.

Step-By-Step Instructions

Four Steps for Removing Blood Stains With Biological Washing Powder.

Step One:
In a small bowl, mix a teaspoon of biological washing powder with 20ml of warm water.

NB: Avoid boiling water as it will destroy the enzymes in the washing powder.

Step Two:
Fill a pipette with your washing powder mixture and carefully squeeze it into the blood stain. Apply a good amount of the mixture and agitate it with your pipette.

Step Three:
Set aside for five minutes.

Step Four:
The stain should have lifted. Place your garment in your washing machine and wash as normal.

Top Tip!
If the stain does not fully lift, you can mix some peroxide with some biological washing powder and 20 ml warm water.

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