Accidents happen everyday and some of them leave behind traces on our carpet. From a deep paper cut to a scraped knee, or even the occasional cooking accidnet, blood can get on your carpet and can be very difficult to remove. We understand that removing blood stains can be especially frustrating and we want to help. When working to remove blood stains remember to be especially careful. Wear protective gear during the cleaning process and then dispose of it properly when you’re done. While every situation is different, our step-by-step guide below will make cleaning up most blood stains a breeze.


Blood Stain Removal Guide

From new bright red spots to old stubborn stains, blood can be one of the toughest stains to remove. Remember to take extra care during the cleaning process and wear protective gear such as gloves and a mask. Dispose of them properly when you’re finished. To get the best results possible, follow our step-by-step process below using our Homemade Cleaning Solutions. if you have questions or need professional assistance please contact us. We’re always happy to help!

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Reddish when fresh, dries to dark brown with irregular edge.

1. Apply cool detergent solution, blot.
2. Apply cool ammonia solution, blot.
3. Apply enzyme detergent, blot.
4. Rinse thoroughly with water, blot until dry.
5. If stain remains, apply rust remover or oxalic acid solution.
6. Bleaching with 3-5% hydrogen peroxide may be necessary if the stain cannot be removed utilizing steps 1-5.