Sep 20, 2019 · Hi Ruth, sorry you have blood on your sheets. I am a Nurse and worked in the ICU we were always getting blood on our scrubs. Pour undiluted peroxide on the blood area and it should come right out. I had "older" hydrogen peroxide, watered it down a bit, sprayed it on the blood stained sheets, which are 100% white cotton, ironed, sprayed again and again, and ironed a few times and voila! the stains came out. There's still a faint outline of the stains but barely noticeable.

Still Can’t Get It Out? OK, if removing those tough blood stains really isn’t going well (and sometimes they just won’t budge), let’s make sure no one can see them. A solution of 20% volume hydrogen peroxide can be used to bleach stains, diluted 1 part to 6 parts cold water. Nov 22, 2013 · Yeah, the one great thing about white sheets is that whatever you get on them, you can bleach it. This is why hotels have white sheets. Try that first, get fancy only if for some reason the results aren't working out. A lot of the more complicated advice for stuff like this is geared towards people who've got colored/patterned linens.