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Old 02-03-2009, 10:17 PM
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Using Hydrogen peroxide to remove blood stain? will it damage the jean?

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I got a nasty blood stain on my selenium from cracking open my head in the summer (long story). I removed most of the stain on the spot before going to the hospital, but there is one area that i didnt see at the time and now it is 8 months later and it is still there, all dried up.

I read somewhere that you can use hydrogen peroxide to remove blood stain. Has anyone here tried that method before, and will it damage the material and fade the color? Thank you in advance.

p.s where can i get hydrogen peroxide
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Old 02-03-2009, 10:20 PM
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In the states you can get it at any drugstore or grocery store. Hopefully someone else can tell you if it will hurt the fabric or not.
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Old 02-03-2009, 10:52 PM
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In Toronto you can get it at the same places mentioned as above
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Old 02-03-2009, 10:57 PM
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It shouldn't affect your jeans at all. I've used it for years on different things to get out blood. Pour a little of it on the bloody spot, I wouldn't use more than needed, watch it bubble and fizz until it takes the blood out and then rinse it with water. If the jeans are new and have never been washed, I have never done it to those, but other things, yes, and it does work. I bleed easily and am always pricking a finger or bumping into something and I bleed forever & make a mess.

You might do a search on ask.com about it and see what instructions they give. Good luck to you........let us know how it works out.
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I removed most of the stain on the spot before going to the hospital
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^ LOL . I laughed at that too ..
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Old 02-04-2009, 05:54 AM
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I've never tried hydrogejen peroxide so I can't tell you if it works (plus i'd be scared of it eating away at the denim)
I know that soaking the jeans in cold water works
soak the jeans in cold water for a few hours (since the stain is months old), then rub some detergent in the stain, you could also use something to scrub the stain with. then wash the jeans. If the stain comes out after outting the jeans in the washing machine, then you can dry them, if it doesn't come out all the way, then repeat.
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Old 02-04-2009, 06:08 AM
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You are "Denim Obsessed".
Haha yea. It is just because it is selenium or else i wouldn't care that much. I feel worse about the blood stain than the stitches on my head.

I'm going ot get some blood stain on the bottom hem of my other jean, and try it there first incase it don't work and ruins my jean.
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Old 02-04-2009, 07:48 AM
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OxiClean will get it out safely. Make a solution with the powder & warm water. Warmer the water, better it will work. Also, they sell several pre-made spray solutions also.
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Old 02-04-2009, 02:51 PM
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Hi,
I removed most of the stain on the spot before going to the hospital, but there is one area that i didnt see at the time and now it is 8 months later and it is still there, all dried up.


Keep us posted, I didn't know it worked for blood, but I can't recall ever bleeding and not ruining my jeans, I was a rough little girl and fell on my knees a lot, but trashed my jeans. I am a lot more care full now...
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My mom always soaked things in some salt water then washed it normally... but that was after it sat for like a week (most memorable - gashed my lip on ice while skating once ) And that worked for us. But if Hydrogen Peroxide works... even better. Isnt that one thing you use to bleach hair though??
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Old 02-04-2009, 10:18 PM
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i'm waiting for my next nose bleed so i can rub some blood on my other jean so i can try this method. I usually bleed alot, but lately nothing is coming out of my nose (don't really want to force blood out"
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Wow, I would never trust hydrogen peroxide on my jeans. It can bleach out hair and Benzoyl Peroxide is known to bleach out clothes (it's an acne medication). Considering the fact that they are related and the fact that hydrogen peroxide bleaches hair, I could never do it. I guess if you wash it off fast enough you could get away with it....
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Old 02-05-2009, 01:47 AM
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I have used just regular liquid dishwasher detergent to get out blood and grease stains, and that works really well! Just put it on, scrub the spot a bit and then let it sit for like 10 minutes before throwing it in the wash
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