What should I use to get blood out of a microfiber couch?
Dara from Fort Leonard Wood, MO
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By Debe (Guest Post)12/20/2007
To remove blood from anything. Quick and Bright, an Infommerical product. It is safe on anything.
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*>
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I need help cleaning blood off microfiber sofa? Beach from FL
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