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post #1 of Old 07-10-2016, 02:41 AM Thread Starter
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How to Get Blood Out of Carpet

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The blood stains must be immediately treated over the carpets to avoid permanent harm to the fibres. To remove the blood stains use one tablespoon ammonia mixed with one-half cup of warm water. Use a cloth or sponge, apply the ammonia solution directly onto the blood stain and blot till the solution gets absorbed. Also, one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent with two cups of cold water can be used.
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I would recommend sticking with a cold water option as hot water can cause the proteins in the blood to bind cause the stain to set and become harder to remove
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Oh thanks for sharing the tips
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Great advice. I always hire a professional cleaner but maybe I'll try this the next time I have blood on my carpet.
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for getting blood out fo your carpet, use the mix of warm water and a tablespoon of ammonia, most of the time it works!
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Nice share
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Use baking soda with water. It will help you to remove blood from the floor.
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Throw it in the garbage! No but seriously, hire a professional.
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great advice
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I will surely look upon your advice thanks. . . . . . . . .
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Instead of using detergent or any harmful chemicals, you can use eco-friendly products. Non chemical is a wonderful way to remove blood stains from carpet. Spray the cold water onto the blood stain this will prevent the blood stain from spreading and bleeding onto a larger area of the carpet. Ox clean or peroxide will also work very well.

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I've found salt aggressively worked into the stain works well.
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If the blood stain youíre trying to remove is dry, go ahead and brush it with a steel brush to loosen the stain. This action will remove the surface deposit.

Mix one teaspoon of hand dish washing detergent with two cups of cold water.

Take a clean, white cloth and dip it in the detergent solution you just mixed.

Blot directly on the blood stain, repeatedly.

Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the stain has disappeared.

If this process does not get blood out of your carpet, follow these steps as an alternative stain removal option.

Mix one-half cup of warm water with one tablespoon of ammonia.

Using a cloth or sponge, apply the ammonia solution directly onto the blood stain.

Blot the stain until the liquid is fully absorbed.

Apply a sponge dipped in cold water directly to the stain, and blot dry.
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To remove blood stain from the carpet. We could use some chemical as well as non-chemical product. I would suggest you can go through these tips. Such as:

1. Remove fresh blood from the carpet with the help of a cloth
2. Spray cold water on the place of blood stain
3. Use a dry towel to absorb water
4. If stain is still there, then use salt paste on the blot
5. Wet with dilute liquid detergent
6. Turn on a fan to speed up drying

Hoping these tips will be helpful.

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Fill a spray bottle with cold water (if you donít have a spray bottle, you can wet a white cloth and apply it to the stain.)
Spray the cold water onto the blood stain.

If the stain is rather large, spray the stain from the outside, working your way in. This will prevent the blood stain from spreading and bleeding onto a larger area of the carpet.

Use a wet vac to suck out the remaining moisture (if you donít have a wet-vac, use a dry towel to blot the stain.)

To help the area dry faster, point a fan directly at the stain for a few minutes to remove excess moisture.

Once the area is dry, vacuum to remove any excess dirt or stain residue.

Continue to repeat steps 1 through 6 until the blood stain disappears.
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I agree this things.....

I would recommend sticking with a cold water option as hot water can cause the proteins in the blood to bind cause the stain to set and become harder to remove
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