It’s never a normal regular day for ladies undergoing their menstruation, and you won’t deny a bit of it. No matter how much of a gift it is to the womanhood, nobody likes to wake up with the sight of period stains on their sheets. If they’re not washed off immediately they can become too clingy to your fabric. Nobody wants to ruin their favorite underwear for the sake of such stains. There are numerous ways in which you can remove the period stains
. I have personally tried some of the easiest ways to get rid of such stains and trust me it really helps.
Vinegar has diluted acetic acid properties. Hence it is useful for the removal of stains. You just need to bring the affected fabric and pour two drops of white vinegar on it. This method is helpful if you have to remove the fresh stains. If the stain is quite old, then you need to take a bowl, add one part of vinegar and a part of cold water. Leave the fabric for 30 minutes and rinse it with water.
2.An Old Brush And Cold Water:
This is the easiest and most commonly practiced technique to get rid of the stains. As soon as you see your cloth is damped with blood, put that under running water and allow the residual blood to pass. Hot water contributes the proteins to set the stain into the fabric. Thus the usage of hot water is not advised in case of this. Fortunately, if you get to witness the stain before it’s dried up, then there are possibilities of getting it removed completely. If it’s slightly dried, you can use an old toothbrush and detergent to scrub it.
3.Salt And Water:
Salt is another important agent in removing blood stains. You just need to take a bowl of cold water and add some salt to it. Dip your clothes or bed sheets on it. Let the salt water gets soaked, remove the clothes after 20-30 minutes and wash it off. You can also scrub the cloth with toothbrush to eliminate unwanted residue. You can also wash it in your washing machine depending upon the quality of your fabric.
Baking soda is an effective ingredient and it has versatile usages. It is easily available in all the houses and can be used as an effective detergent too. You need to add two tablespoon of baking soda into a bowl of cold water and dip your clothes. Leave for 30 minutes and clean it with the help of the brush.
Hydrogen peroxide is an oxidizer, bleaching agent and antiseptic. It is also helpful in case of removing stains from the fabric. You just need to dab the affected area with hydrogen peroxide and leave it for few minutes before washing it off. It is advised not to let hydrogen peroxide stay in your fabric for long durations as it has bleaching agents and can fade the color. Hence, it is advised to use it for white and light colored dresses. You can always prefer anti-stain detergents or all-purpose sprays (easily available in drugstores) for unwanted stubborn stains.
You can also go for the most handy and easiest method of removing stains from your clothes. If your stains are little dried up from the over flow while sleeping, you can rub the area with your toothpaste and wash it off after brushing it with an old brush. It will help to easily drain away the stain.
It is advised to keep a track of your period dates so you need not be bothered by the sudden occurrence of it. If you bleed heavily during the initial days of your periods, try to use menstrual cups instead of sanitary napkins as it is leak-proof. Have a happy and stress free Menstruation without any leakage or stains.