How to remove blood stains from mattress
Blood stains can be more stubborn and difficult to remove, especially if they’ve already dried, which is why you may need a commercial enzyme-based stain remover. When you do this, make sure you are wearing gloves and have opened the windows, so that you’re in a well-ventilated area.
To remove blood stain from a mattress, follow the instructions at the back of the bottle of your cleaner to find out how to apply it and clean it to the stain. Make sure you try the cleaner on a small part of the mattress first to test whether it’s suitable for the fabric of your mattress.
An alternative to an enzyme-based solution is bleach. Mix 1/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide with a tablespoon of washing up liquid and a tablespoon of salt until you form a thick paste. Apply it to the stain using a cloth, leave for 30 minutes before dabbing it clean with a damp cloth with cold water. Make sure you follow the same safety precautions as you would do with an enzyme-based solution.
Once you’ve removed the stain, make sure your mattress is dry. Then, all you need to do is put the bedsheets on and you can enjoy a well-deserved rest on your nice, clean mattress!