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My elder father constantly bleeds, how do I remove blood from his clothes?

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Could anyone give advise on what to do with blood stains. My father is 73 and on blood thinners. He bleeds from anything he does. It's not anything dangerous, but it does get on his uniform, bed clothes, casual clothes, towels, etc.

Thank you for any help.

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pamela6148 Feb 2010
OMG does that work on ketchup too, well shoot I think I'll try all of these. Thanks folks.
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NANCE Feb 2010
Take a slice of cucumber-rub on bathroom mirror--no more fog.
Take outside of cucumber to erase ink-crayons and marker.
slice to clean stainless steel.
thats all for now.
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NANCE Feb 2010
WD40 also works-spray on a couple minutes before washing
Crest toothpaste also works.
WD40 takes out many stains-even rust.
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pamela6148 Feb 2010
OMG thanks I needed to know that too.
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Hydrogen peroxide works so well! Use an old tooth brush and scrub the stain then run under cold water and to rinse off. Then just wash like normal!
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debmcd1256 Nov 2009
Try some hydrogen peroxide on the stain before you wash it.
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