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How to remove blood from carpet

Cut skin while cutting toenails. Carpet cheap industrial type material. Boring beige is the color.

  • Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey
    Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey Castaic, CA
    on Dec 6, 2017

    I use club soda immediately, but you are past that point. See if this link helps!

  • Pg
    on Dec 6, 2017

    try hydrogen peroxide. treat and blot until gone.

  • Gale Allen Jenness
    Gale Allen Jenness Camas, WA
    on Dec 6, 2017

    if the blood hasn’t set too long? Use hydrogen peroxide and the blood will come right out

  • Nancy Turner
    Nancy Turner Rochester, MN
    on Dec 6, 2017

    No matter how long, try the peroxide. You could also use oxy liquid on it for a shot, too.

  • Elizabeth Michels Pinizzotto
    Elizabeth Michels Pinizzotto Reading, PA
    on Dec 6, 2017

    Carbona stain devils had a formula especially for blood. I found it in my supermarket. Try a small spot first.

  • Tina worley
    Tina worley Indio, CA
    on Dec 6, 2017

    Peroxide and cold water on first damp rag then blot with dry rag.

  • Sal85902
    on Dec 6, 2017

    I'd begin with cold water - then peroxide and cold water. Do not use hot water - it will "set" blood.

  • Amjohnson2348
    on Dec 7, 2017


  • KatAych
    KatAych Alameda, CA
    on Dec 7, 2017

    Oxy works great

  • Loren Hicks
    Loren Hicks
    on Dec 9, 2017

    Try using rubbing alcohol. I was surprised that it removed blood very well!

  • Patti Smith
    Patti Smith
    on Dec 9, 2017

    Hydrogen Peroxide will instantly dissolve it. Use only cold water to blot up … hot water will set blood permanently.

  • Brenda Johnson
    Brenda Johnson
    on Dec 9, 2017

    in nursing we always use peroxide, cold water for blood splatter. use alcohol for ink.

  • Christierei
    Christierei Hillsboro, OR
    on Dec 9, 2017

    There are some good cleaners at the pet store. Peroxide must be cheaper though. I like the Natures Miracle brand.

  • Susan Langley Taylor
    Susan Langley Taylor
    on Dec 10, 2017

    In the olden days (!) hair spray would take ink stains from my scrubs.

  • Barbara Chandler Knopp
    Barbara Chandler Knopp Sheboygan, WI
    on Dec 10, 2017

    Try a small amount of peroxide just a drop to test area. Rub in to carpet with corner of cloth. Then use clean damp cloth blot up excess. Peroxide on clothes will take out blood

  • Roelien
    Roelien South Africa
    on Jan 6, 2018

    In South Africa we have a cleaning aid ( Handy Andy ) it contains Ammonia it removes all blood stains. Let it soak into older stains for awhile then rub with finger or something that's not rough. Rinse or dab with cloth & water until running clear. Repeat if necessary. Rinsining is very important

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