How to Remove Period Blood Stains?

How to Remove Period Blood Stains?

As if getting your period wasn't enough, there's nothing like realizing you got blood all over your her favorite underwear or sheets. Depending on how heavy your flow is and the type of sanitary protection you use, you might end up with one of those characteristic dark spots. Although you shouldn't be ashamed of periods, as they are as natural as hunger, thirst and sleep, period blood stains are a real problem for most of us. They end up damaging our jeans, our pants, our dresses, our bed sheets or even our prettiest period panties. Obviously, it's best to tackle the stain as quickly as possible without letting them dry out. But never fear, here are some effective ways to get rid of the most stubborn stains.

How to Easily Clean a Menstrual Blood Stain from Sheets and Clothes?

Tip 1: Cold Water

As is the case with the maintenance of menstrual panties, Avoid heat sources as much as possible hot water to clean a blood stain caused by your period. Although a warm shower or bath does wonders for cramps, hot water would set the blood stain on your clothes and will make it even more difficult to remove. As soon as a bloodstain appears, run your sheets or clothes directly under cold water tap to try to unstick it. You can also rub with a little Marseille soap to improve the result. Then assess what remains of the stain.

Tip 2: Hydrogen Peroxide (Hydrogen Peroxide)

If the stain hasn't completely disappeared under cold running water, don't panic. For the well-embedded stains you can also try the hydrogen peroxide or hydrogen peroxide only for white or light colored fabrics and linens. Apply it hydrogen peroxide onto the stain and let sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Use a damp cloth or toothbrush to gently rub the stain into the fabric. Finally, rinse with cold water and see the result.

Tip 3: White Vinegar

It is the essential of homemade household products. Pour a few drops of White vinegar undiluted on the stain. Let the vinegar sit for 5 10 to 15 minutes. Gently rub the stain with a damp towel. Put it all in the machine in a normal wash cycle, and voila!

Tip 4: Lemon Juice

The natural acidity of lemon can also be the lethal weapon to remove the most stubborn blood stains. Pour a little lemon juice on the stain and leave on for five to ten minutes. Rub very lightly then rinse with cold water. This method is preferable with light colours as it may discolor dark fabrics.

Tip 5: Salt

For garments and fabrics of darker colors, le common salt can be a great way to remove a blood stain. Make a mixture of water and salt (about 2/3 water to 1/3 salt) to obtain a paste. Apply the mixture to the stain and rub delicately fabric with a damp cloth before rinsing with cold water (always).

Tip 6: Sodium Percarbonate or Aspirin 

Applying a rougher exfoliant, such as sodium percarbonate or crushed aspirin, could be the solution we need to make the stain disappear. Mix it up sodium percarbonate with a little cold water and apply the mixture to the fabric, rubbing gently. Let stand for at least 30 minutes. Then wash your laundry normally in the washing machine. You can also use the same method with aspirin tablets. Mix stamp aspirin crushed in a glass of water then apply the paste to the stained area, rubbing gently.

Tip 7: Wear Menstrual Panties

Menstrual panties The menstrual panties or menstrual thongs are underwear intended to be worn during your period. They aim to replace the toxic disposable pads such as tampons or sanitary napkins. Those menstrual panties consist of absorbent materials that retain menstrual blood (the equivalent of 3 to 4 tampons), a barrier against leaks, stains and moisture. Ecological, they are reusable throughout the cycle. Wash them then wear them again!
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The articles on the site contain general information which may contain errors. These articles should in no way be considered as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any questions or doubts, always make an appointment with your doctor or gynecologist.

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