How Do I Remove Dried Blood Stains of Carpets?

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To remove blood stains from your carpet, begin by brushing off the stain using a brush. Then vacuum up the dried blood and combine soak the section in a mixture of 2 cups of water and one tablespoon of dish washing liquid. Bloat the wet area and then soak and bloat again until the stain is no more. If the stain is stubborn, you could also soak the stained area in ammonia, bloat and then let the carpet dry for 24 hours.
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1. Brush as much of the dried blood off of the carpet with a stiff brush. 2. Vacuum the dried blood up. 3. Combine 1 tbsp. of dish washing liquid - not dishwasher liquid - with 2
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To remove dry blood stains, cover the area liberally with salt and a little water to form a paste. Let it set in and remove with soap and water.
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1. Fill a spray bottle with cold water. It's very important to use cold water for this process because hot or even warm water can set the blood stain permanently into the carpet.
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