Best way to get dog blood out of cream colored chair?

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  • Shirley Shirley on May 19, 2018
    Peroxide!

  • Melissa V Melissa V on May 19, 2018
    Hydrogen Peroxide on a white towel or gauze. Just dab, don’t rub.

  • June Kryk June Kryk on May 19, 2018
    Try hydrogen peroxide.

  • Kelly Denoyer Russell Kelly Denoyer Russell on May 19, 2018
    “Spot Shot” stain remover. Not the regular carpet cleaner in a spray bottle but the one just for stains in the blue aerosol can with an orange lid. During a game of tag in my living room when my son was younger he had stubbed his toe and didn’t know it. It was bleeding and by the time I knew it and looked up from the couch he had literally peppered the floor with tiny blood spots everywhere. It also removed ink scribbles all over on a microsuede couch. My cabinet is never without it now. The only thing it doesnt work on is dog vomit and no regular carpet cleaner does. You need a pet enzyme one.

  • P McCammon P McCammon on May 19, 2018
    Oxy- Clean has worked of me but have soaked fabric overnight. You might also try a mix of ammonia and water. The problem with bloodstains is that you need to attack before it sets.

  • Betsy Betsy on May 20, 2018
    Yeah, hydrogen peroxide is the best. Like they say, blot, don't rub. If you get to the place where it's just a light pink, then you can use a tooth brush to finish off the cleaning. Sorry to hear that your puppy hurt itself:(

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Mar 10, 2021

    Hello Rosemary,

    Try using Stain Wizard from the Washing Isle of Supermarket, or Steam clean it, or use Vanish, or try using a water spray to wet the stain and then Kitchen roll laid on top and try to soak the stain up by using pressure. Best wishes.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Apr 08, 2021

    Hello. I’ve always found both hydrogen peroxide or Oxiclean clean type detergents to be perfect for my medical uniform staining.

  • Deb K Deb K on Apr 08, 2021

    Hi RosemaryJ ust apply a small amount of hydrogen peroxide directly to the stain and watch as the red blood stain disappears. In the case of old or stubborn stains, reapply as needed. After the stain is removed, rinse the area with cold water to remove any peroxide that may be left behind.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Apr 12, 2021

    Hello. Squirt 3% Hydrogen Peroxide onto the blood stain and let sit for 10 or more minutes. Blot with a damp cloth and see if your stain is gone, if not repeat until it is. Rinse and blot. Testing fabric on the bottom surface might-be suggested.

    Alternatively the oxi products work very well too.