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Thread: Removing blood stains from quilt

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    Super Member sewNso's Avatar
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    ZOUT SPRAY in a red spray bottle. in a laundry mat last winter in fla. I saw a lady use it on the back of a beautiful quilt. there must have been 40 l/2 inch blood spots on the back , which she said had been there for 3 months. she wet the spot, sprayed Zout on it, srubbed a little by hand, dipped it in the water, within l5 minutes she had all the spots gone. then she threw the quilt in the washer. I since have used in on my quilts where i have pricked my finger. works every time. does not damage color.

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    Senior Member Sandy1951's Avatar
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    Loudonville, Ohio
    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    Quote Originally Posted by mpspeedy
    Thanks for all the advice. I'll let you know how it turns out. There is one old lady I would like to gag. She is not a quilter just a critic who asks the dumbest questions. She is a little slow and thinks our little group is her private property.

    Just watch the Sopranos you can get a few ideas there............ :lol: :lol:

    Billy, this blood thing is really bringing out the violent side of you! :lol:

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    Houston, TX
    Worked in a dentist office for 27 years and Peroxide was what we used. I assume you need to always test but never had it fail.


  4. #29
    This thread is a life saver, I was handsewing binding last night and got a tiny drop of blood...salt and water took it out so easily!

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    Super Member fivepaws's Avatar
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    Northern Virginia
    Darlene, thank you. I ordered a trial size. Realized I had a blood stain on my white quilt. After spitting many, many times I was too dry to spit anymore. Relying on this to work for me.
    All my grand-children have paws.

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