Ruby's Red Wash Get Those Stains Out

Look, I'm just going to say it - some of us, many of us, have bloody underpants. It comes with being a lady and that's the simple truth.

But instead of having to throw away some of your favourite panties because of your period like you've been doing all of these years, it turns out you only need one thing - the amazing Ruby's Red Wash.

- Rinse your undies under cool running water as soon as you can

- "After rinsing, use a small basin or plug up the bathroom sink and fill with just a bit of water, just enough to cover the stained area of the garment or material. You don’t need to immerse the entire piece in the water (or the solution). In fact, if you do, the blood will often travel or ‘bleed’, to the originally unstained areas, and then you’ve got more of a mess on your hands. If you’ve already done that, however, don’t worry, you can submerge a whole pair of panties, for instance."

- Pour a capful of Ruby's on the stain and rub with a soft-bristled brush. Most stains dissolve under 30 minutes, so you can leave it soaking if you need to go do something else.

The solution smells clean and fresh and is non-toxic and biodegradable. You can use it on any blood-stained clothes and bedding in addition to undies, so it saves you from having to get rid of your stuff, saving you a lot of time, money and energy.

It turns out that just because it's bloody, doesn't mean it's ruined. 

Stephanie Dickison

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