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No one wants blood stains on their clothes, but accidents do happen. Your blood stains could come from a paper cut, or you fell and scraped your elbows or knees. The blood stain can even come from a nose bleed or your period. It not only leaves you in pain but also leaves that blood stain on your clothes. While this stain not only looks bad, it is also a reminder of the time you got hurt and is unhygienic to keep on your clothes. Thus, it becomes important to clean those blood stains as soon as possible. And the trick, as with any other stain, is to act as quickly as possible. Also, remember that once the blood dries, the stain will set, and it becomes harder to clean.
However, it does not matter if the stain is fresh or dry; it can still be cleaned, so you do not need to worry about that.
Before starting to clean the stain, always check the wash care label on the garment to know if you can launder the garment at home.
Try these simple tips to know how to remove blood stains.