Blood stains on your carpet? We wont ask how it got there, but we can give you the best advice on how to remove the stain. It’s easiest to remove blood when it is still wet. Dried blood stains are harder to remove because the hemoglobin has more time to bind with the carpet. As with all stains, blot the stain, not rub it, as this will only push the stain further into the carpet fibres.
Remove Blood from your Carpet with This Process.
- Blot with a clean, white cloth or towel. Press down and lift to pick up as much wet blood as possible. Your goal is to “lift” the stain, not rub it into the fibres. Working from the outside of the stain towards the centre will keep the stain from spreading.
- Spray stain with cold water. Let sit for a few minutes.
- Blot to remove as much of the stain as possible.
- Apply Red Wine Spot & Stain Remover to the stain. Allow to sit for five minutes, then lightly agitate (do not distort fibre) and blot excess moisture. Repeat as needed. Blot all excess moisture. No need to rinse.
About Red Wine Spot & Stain Remover
Citrus-O Red Wine Spot & Stain Remover is ready for the toughest wine stains. It works on all types of fruit and their natural juice concentrates. Sometimes synthetic dyes can be present which will require the visit of a professional cleaning technician.