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How to Remove Period Blood Stain?

How to Remove Period Blood Stain

Although periods are not something to be ashamed of as they are as natural as hunger, thirst and sleep. But period blood stains can be real trouble for most of us women. They end up spoiling your favourite dresses or real good bedsheet, or even your cutest panties. But fear not, here are some ways you can use get rid of those stubborn period stains.

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1. Cold Water

Cold WaterAlways soak and wash the stained clothes/sheets in cold water as hot water makes the stain spread. You can then rinse the clothes with soap and normal water and that should do the trick.

2. Vinegar

VinegarVinegar can be very useful as ammonia helps lift the stains. Soak your clothes in a mixture of cold water and vinegar for a few hours and that will wipe the stains clear.

3. Salt and baking soda

Salt and baking sodaLet’s add some spice, I’m kidding! Make a paste of salt and baking soda and spread it over the stain till it dries up. This mixture will work its magic making it easier to remove and wash away the stain.

4. Lemon juice

Lemon juiceLemon juice can be very helpful as the citric acid reacts with the bloodstains making it simpler for you to rinse it out. Use an old toothbrush to scrub softly as the acid can sometimes spoil the fabric as well.

Chirag Kapoor

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