How to Remove Blood Stains from Carpet

Everyday wear and tear is easy to treat, but blood stains bring a whole new challenge. But will OxiClean™ Versatile Stain Remover remove blood stains on carpets and rugs? Yes it will.


Removing Blood Stains from carpet

If you need to remove a blood stain, act fast and follow these three easy steps for how to get blood out of carpet.
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1. Remove

Remove excess stains before treating. For fresh stains treat immediately with cold water.

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2. Fill

Fill scoop to line 1 per 16 ounces of water and mix thoroughly.

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3. Apply

Saturate the stain with the OxiClean™ solution. Let stand 1-5 minutes without letting it dry, then blot the stain with a white towel until it is no longer visible.

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4. Rinse

Rinse carpet with fresh water and blot with a clean white towel.

Always test OxiClean™ Versatile Stain Remover on an inconspicuous area first. Rinse, and allow it to dry. Always follow manufacturer’s instructions for water temperature for the item. Do not use on carpets that contain wool, silk, or leather. Safe for septic tanks. Use only on water-washable carpets and rugs.
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