How To Get Blood Out Of Carpet
How To Get Blood Out Of Carpet
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Getting blood out of the carpet is fairly straight forward. If you ora child has had a bit of an injury or a nose bleed and a few drops land on your carpets, there is no need to panic. All you’ll need is baking soda, water, paper towels, and a towel.

First of all, you need to soak up any excess blood that is on the carpets by dabbing with paper towels. Do not scrub at the bloodstains or it’ll simply spread over a wider area. Next sprinkler generous measure of baking soda onto the stain and pour water on top. You will soon notice the baking soda begins a fizz. This reaction will lift the blood out of the fibers. Grab a towel and blot the area until it’s completely dry.

Removing Blood From Carpet Easy Method

Salt is also good for absorbing blood. Simply cover the entire stained area and leave it for a while before vacuuming. Even the toughest stains can easily be remedied, given the correct, and know-how.

Baking soda can be used for a number of cleaning purposes and is also great for removing odors from your carpets.

So to recap, soak up any excess blood that is on the carpets by dabbing with paper towels, sprinkled a generous measure baking soda onto the stain and poured water on top. This reaction will lift the blood out of the fibers. Grab a towel and blot the area until it’s completely dry. And that’s how to get blood out of the carpets.


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4 Comments

  1. Blood is one of the hardest things to get out of carpets. I would pray that no one never bleeds on any carpet of yours. Although, I’ve used this guide to remove blood from my carpet and I can tell you that it works wonderfully!

  2. Wow! Such a great idea. I don’t know why I never thought about using baking soda to clean up stuff like this. Seems like a no brainer, but I guess I never realized I could use it like that. Anyways, thanks for putting this article together.

  3. Thanks for the tip about salt and using it to help blood get out of carpet! We have a dog with mouth cancer who has dropped blood on the carpet, poor thing, she can’t help it.

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