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You can still remove dried blood stains from fabric, and this wikiHow will show you a few methods of doing so. Keep in mind that it will be harder to remove the stain if you already washed the garment in hot water or dried it in the dryer.
How to Remove Blood Stains from Fabric: 1 part baking soda (not baking powder) 1 part hydrogen peroxide 1/2 part water mix all ingredients together and place in a spray bottle. apply to blood stain. allow several minutes for it to work then rinse with clean water. wash as usual.
Okay, brace yourself for this next one... Here it goes: spit on the stain! That's right, your own saliva is one of the best and safest ways to remove blood stains. It makes sense when you think about it, though. It's a digestive enzyme, so it literally goes to work eating away at that pesky stain. So, spit and rub!