How do I remove a dried up blood stain from upholstery fabric?

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  • 27524803 27524803 on Nov 03, 2017
    The best thing I have found to remove a blood stain is peroxide....just pour it on and it should bubble up on anything organic... check to be sure it will not effect the color of your upholstery.
  • Dfm Dfm on Nov 03, 2017
    cold water hydrogen peroxide. Wear gloves when dealing with blood and other body fluids.
  • Margolynluvsu Margolynluvsu on Nov 03, 2017
    Try peroxide, if necessary a couple of applications. Good luck Or make a paste of baking soda and oeroxide.
  • Amanda Amanda on Nov 03, 2017
    Hi Chris. Try hydrogen peroxide. This eats the blood away. Dab and repeat if need be.
  • 10950105 10950105 on Nov 04, 2017
    I would try a bit of proxide on a spot and see if it will come out. It works great on material but I never used it on upholster. Good luck

  • L.s8316253 L.s8316253 on Nov 04, 2017
    If peroxide does not work, ammonia should.
  • Vel8341603 Vel8341603 on Nov 04, 2017
    Try with toothpaste
  • Pg Pg on Nov 04, 2017
    Try hydrogen peroxide. It foams as the blood breaks down. You may have to reapply and blot several times. Try an inconspicuous place on the piece first.
  • Mae Dell Kohler Mae Dell Kohler on Nov 04, 2017
    Peroxide will remove blood without taking the color out. BUT TEST A SMALL AREA FIRST ! a spot not noticable.
  • UTAHGAL UTAHGAL on Nov 04, 2017
    peroxide
  • Peggy Kearney Peggy Kearney on Nov 04, 2017
    Cold water peroxide if old stain. may have to do couple of Times.

  • Lor7875583 Lor7875583 on Nov 04, 2017
    Try alcohol and baking soda

  • Ro Ro on Nov 04, 2017
    try peroxide
  • Linda Linda on Nov 04, 2017
    I have yet to find ANYTHING that this OxyClean MaxForce spray won't get out - including blood out of a white shirt. Just spray, let soak a bit, then add some water and rub a little - everything looks perfect. Found it at walmart.
  • Lisa Lisa on Nov 05, 2017
    I have found that hydrogen peroxide works best on these types of stains.
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