Continued from How to get rid of holiday stains [part 1]
Another common occurrence in holidays is unwanted injuries, which often leave blood strained marks on your clothes. Blood stains can be tough to remove if you don’t know how. Keep a small bottle of hydrogen peroxide handy. You can easily find it in your local drugstore. Pour some 3-4 percent hydrogen peroxide on the stein and let it bubble up. Then simply wash it with cold water. Repeat the process until the mark is completely gone.
Suppose you are camping outside and received an unpleasant surprise to find a muddy stein on your favourite dress. This can easily be remedied by some sodium perborate. At first let the stein dry and then brush of the dried clay. Mix four part water with one part of sodium perborate and a small amount of detergent. Soak the cloth in the solution and leave for half an hour. You can simply wash the clothes with a regular detergent after that. If the stein is still not removed, try using a commercial rust remover.
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