Blood Stain Remover for Clothes Remove Blood from Clothes

How to Get Blood Out of:

Clothes Carpet Upholstery How Oxiclean™ Works



Getting blood out of clothes

Always test OxiClean™ on an inconspicuous area first. Rinse, and allow it to dry. Safe on colorfast fabrics only. Always follow manufacturer’s instructions for water temperature and for cleaning garment. Do not use on wool, wool blends, silk, silk blends, leather or on fabrics labeled dry-clean only.


ACT FAST—the quicker you can treat the stain, the better chance you have of getting blood out of clothes.


REMOVE any excess blood stain before pre-soaking the item.


MIX Fill scoop to line 2 to 4 per 1 gallon of water. Submerge stained items in solution after dissolved. Line 2 for typical stains or Line 4 for extra-tough stains. For fresh blood stains, use cold water; for dark or set blood stains, use the hottest water the item will allow (see garment tag).


SOAK 1-6 hours. Depending on severity of stain, some stains may require more time to soak. For best results soak for 6 hours.


WASH as normal with detergent and OxiClean™.



Getting blood out of carpet

Always test OxiClean™ on an inconspicuous area first. Rinse, and allow it to dry. Always follow manufacturer’s instructions for water temperature for item. Do not use on carpets that contain wool, silk, or leather. Safe for septic tanks.


Use only on water-washable rugs.


ACT FAST—the quicker you can treat the stain, the better chance you have to remove blood from carpet.


MIX Fill to line 1 per 16 ounces of water. Remove excess stains before treating. For fresh stains, use cold water; for dark or set stains, use the warmest water possible.


APPLY only enough solution to saturate stain. Allow solution to stand 1-5 minutes. Do not allow solution to dry on fabrics. Blot with white towel. Repeat until stain is not visible. Rinse carpet with clean water and blot until dry



Getting blood out of upholstery

Always test OxiClean™ on an inconspicuous area first. Rinse, and allow it to dry. Always follow manufacturer’s instructions for water temperature and for item. Do not use on wool, wool blends, silk, silk blends or leather. Metals must not be soaked and must be rinsed immediately and thoroughly. Safe for septic tanks.


Use only on water-washable upholstery.

ACT FAST—if you can treat a fresh blood stain before it dries and darkens, you have the best chance of eliminating it from your upholstery or mattress.

MIX Fill to line 1 per 16 ounces of water. Remove excess stains before treating. For fresh stains, use cold water; for dark or set stains, use the warmest water possible.

TREAT Do not apply solution directly on stain. Apply with clean white towel and use towel to blot out stain. Repeat until stain is not visible. Then, dampen a clean white towel with water and blot area to rinse.


How OxiClean™ removes blood stains

Scraped knees, nicked chins, cut fingers—you can’t always avoid these minor injuries. But removing a blood stain from clothing, carpet or upholstery can really give you a headache.


Hemoglobin and iron make blood stains particularly difficult to remove—especially as they dry, oxidize and begin to turn dark.

Luckily, the chemistry of OxiClean™ Versatile Stain Remover is up to the challenge.



Put this powerful combination to work and wash blood stains away!

Unique bubbling oxygen bleach oxidizes blood bonds and decolorizes hemoglobin

Powerful pH-boosting sodium carbonate breaks blood’s protein hydrogen bonding.

A special surfactant emulsifies blood stains so they can be washed away

Anti-redeposition agents prevent stain particles from settling anywhere else.