How to Remove Blood Stains from Clothes

How to Remove Blood Stains from Clothes

 

How to Remove Blood Stains From Your Clothes

Our bodies contain approximately 1 ½ gallons of blood (depending on your size).  It's natural you will encounter a bloodstain on your clothing at some point. 

Blood is organic (natural), which means you need a stain remover that tackles organic stains. We recommend our Natural Laundry Stain Remover. It works safely on any organic stain, such as grass stains, ketchup, oil, any kind of food stain, vomit, feces, and dirt. 

To remove blood that is fresh or even one month old, simply spray the product onto the fabric and allow to sit for 30 minutes and wash as usual.  If the stain has been there a while or it is a stubborn stain, then re-apply the stain remover and allow to sit on the garment for 24 hours before washing as usual. You can try our stain remover for blood here:

How it Works

This product is unique because it's viscous (a fancy word for thick). Why is thick better?  A thick stain remover will sit on top of the stain.  Other brand laundry stain removers are very thin and watery.  You spray them on and only a small amount of cleaner actually gets into your stain.  Ou product will leave a thick film on top of your stain.  This thick liquid will help to penetrate deep into your stain and remove it more effectively.

In addition, our product is made with enzymes. You have heard of enzymes working in your laundry detergent, however have you heard of enzymes in your stain remover?  The enzymes in the stain remover actually “eat” the organic matter that is on your clothing.  In fancy terms, they use the word “digest.”  The enzymes don’t harm your clothing - they do their job of eating the organic material that has stained your clothing.  The enzymes and the organic matter wash away when your clothes are put through the washing machine.  

About Whyte Gate 

Whyte Gate is a woman-owned manufacturing company.  We have been in business for 15 years.  Treating stains is one of our fortes.  Our chemist and co-owner, John Manolas, formulated the Whyte Gate Farms Natural Laundry Stain Remover. To date, he holds 8 U.S. Patents. In the 1990’s he was one of the formulators of the Original Nature’s Miracle Stain Remover.  At Whyte Gate, John has formulated our own Whyte Gate Farm Stain & Odor Remover. 

The Whyte Gate Farm Stain & Odor Remover is used for removing any organic stains primarily from carpets. This product has been third-party tested to beat the Nature’s Miracle Stain & Odor Remover.  So, if you are dealing with any kind of organic stains in your carpeting, then give it a try today.

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