How do you remove blood stains from carpet?


Removing blood stains from carpet isn't terribly difficult if you get to them while they are fresh. First, blot with a damp wash cloth and then a dry one to remove as much of the stain as possible. Then blot again with a wet cloth so the stain is slightly damp and sprinkle liberally with table salt. Allow the stain to dry and vacuum. Repeat as necessary. For more information look here:;
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How to Remove Set in Blood Stains From a Carpet
Blood stained carpets are bothersome to people who own homes and companies. Most carpets that are currently manufactured are made to be resistant to stains, so even difficult to get out items such as blood are able to be removed from carpets, provided... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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