Flooring Tips & Tricks
Today's carpets come with stain-repelling treatments, so even stubborn blood stains can be removed if you act fast! Act quickly to remove carpet blood stains before they set. If a blood stain has time to set in on your carpet, it may become even more difficult to remove.
Blood stains can be especially difficult to remove because the hemoglobin in the blood acts as a binder when it contacts oxygen and binds with the material in the carpet. You may want to try a test application on a small, hidden spot to be sure it does not damage the color or fibers of your carpet.
It is easiest to remove blood when it is still wet. Dried blood stains are notoriously harder to remove. Also be sure throughout the process to blot the stain, not rub it, as this will only push the stain further into the carpet fibers. Roseville Carpet One’s Flooring Maintenance & Cleaning Tips provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to remove blood from carpet.
To removed dried blood stains from your carpet, begin by brushing off the stain using a brush.
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