HOME REMEDIES FOR STAINS ON WHITES:
Older, set-in stains will often come out in the wash after being pre-treated with a solution of 3 tablespoons white vinegar and 2 tablespoons liquid detergent in 1 quart (1 liter) warm water. Rub the solution into the stain, then dab it a bit dry before washing
Use one cup of white distilled vinegar instead of the bleach in the wash load. If the colour-bleed remains, repeat. If the stain is still there, soak the stained garments for eight hours in a solution of oxygen-based bleach and cool water.
All forms of bodily fluid — both animal and human –are sources of protein stains. Some examples are blood, dairy products, eggs and meat juices. The first thing to do is add cold water, and lots of it!!! Really rinse the stain out. Alot of times, if you get to it fast enough, you can rinse a protein stain right out with cold water. If it looks like the stain is going to be stubborn, soak the fabric in a little bit of COLD, salt water. DO NOT USE HOT WATER. Heating proteins change their chemical structure and will set the stain. Similarly, using acids like lemon or vinegar on a protein will have the same effect.
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