Mrs Hinch fans swear by a 27p kitchen item that removes blood stains from bed linen

Fans of cleaning lady Mrs Hinch have shared their hacks for removing blood stains from bed linen – and all you need is a 27p item, which you probably already own

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You can remove blood stains with a simple object (stock photo)

Whether you accidentally scratched yourself in the night, had a mishap during your period, or had a nosebleed, almost all of us have had bloodstains on our pillows and sheets at least once.

And while you might think that blood is one of the most stubborn stains that come out of a wash, cleaning Fans claim that you can actually get rid of stains with just one household item you probably already have in your kitchen cupboards, The Express reports.

Fans of the cleaning lady Mrs. Hinch – full name Sophie Hinchliffe – have started their own Facebook to share groups cleaning tips after being inspired by the influencer, and one of their most recent discussions revolved around the best ways to remove blood stains from pillows.

Post on the Mrs. Hinch Facebook page with tips and tricks for cleaning, a woman asked: “Help! My little boy stuck his finger in my nose which caused a bloody nosebleed and it went all over my pillow before I could stop it.

Cleaning influencer Ms. Hinch or Sophie Hinchliffe


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The cheap trick to removing stains is to use salt (stock photo)


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“What’s the quickest way to remove blood, please?”

And instead of spending money on expensive stain removers, Ms Hinch’s fans advised the mum to simply head to her kitchen to find the perfect solution – salt and cold water.

One woman said: “Salt and cold water, my mother swears by it. My nephew had a severe nosebleed and it ran all over his shirt. My mom used salt and water and it came right out.”

Another agreed, writing: “Use cold water with a little salt. I was skeptical at first, but the stain disappears immediately.”

“A mixture of salt and cold water,” says a third, “then the spots should be rubbed off with a sponge in circular movements. I got a ton of blood off my son’s clothes.”

There were dozens more comments from cleaning fans who also swore by using a mixture of salt and cold water to banish bloodstains.

And even if you have to go to the shops to buy some salt, a 750g bottle of table salt from Asda costs just 27p, while the same product from Morrisons costs 29p.

Meanwhile, some other Ms Hinch fans have also spoken out in favor of baking soda as an alternative blood stain remover – which is more expensive at Asda at £1.19 but could also be a product you already have at home.

One person said, “Baking soda works great on blood stains.”

Another added, “Baking soda mixed with cold water is great for blood stains.”

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