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Blood on Microfiber

What should I use to get blood out of a microfiber couch?

Dara from Fort Leonard Wood, MO

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By Cyinda [214]12/20/2007

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE removes pretty much any ORGANIC stain. That means any stain that comes from a natural substance. Thus, It'll remove blood, red wine, hot cocoa, coffee or latte & grape "juice", but NOT grape "kool-aid" & won''t remove artificial colors or dyes.

The hydrogen peroxide works with oxygen fizzing out & eating up the milk. It leaves no residue, so no need to rinse it out. Just pour it on, let it fizz & do it's thing, repeat if necessary & blot with a clean white rag. On some things (like large wall to wall carpets with many stains) it's best to put the peroxide in a well marked small spray bottle & just spray it on the stains. Always test peroxide or ANY stain fighter in an inconspicuous area first!

I've found there are only 2 things that get rid of Blood: AMMONIA or PEROXIDE... one just smells better! <*grin*>

By Debe (Guest Post)12/20/2007

To remove blood from anything. Quick and Bright, an Infommerical product. It is safe on anything.

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RE: Blood on Microfiber

I'd try "Nature's Miracle" - you can find it in pet stores. (11/08/2006)

By CarlaJS

RE: Blood on Microfiber

I work as a nurse, and have found if I try hydrogen peroxide and cold water first on blood stains they come out. Now I don't know for sure about a microfiber couch... just a suggestion. (11/08/2006)

By kimbe37

RE: Blood on Microfiber

I would try plain cold water before I tried anything else. I've found it to be very effective on clothing. (11/10/2006)

By tedsmom

RE: Blood on Microfiber

Just used alcohol on bloodstain on microfiber. It worked perfectly! I just used q-tips to dab on the alcohol in small spots and immediately blotted the spots with a clean white towel (blood stains were on a light beige chair) Thanks so much! (07/01/2007)

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