Blood Stains on Car Upholstery

How do you remove blood stains from car upholstery? It has been on there all afternoon.

By Patti from Portland, OR

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August 1, 20100 found this helpful

I've read blotting it repeatedly with club soda.

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August 1, 20100 found this helpful

Hydrogen peroxide does the job!

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August 2, 20100 found this helpful

Hydrogen peroxide works wonders, but only blot it on working in small areas. You can let it dry and then re-blot later to remove more. I used cotton balls to blot. This will protect your upholstery color!

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August 4, 20100 found this helpful

Have you removed the body yet?

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August 4, 20100 found this helpful

I've heard both hydrogen peroxide or club soda work. If hydrogen peroxide definitely blot and do not soak the area.

Patti, I hope you don't mind the humor here regarding your serious question! It is meant in heartfelt fun.

Tomatohanger, you gave me huge giggles! I was thinking maybe there had been a fist fight and someone definitely got the loosing end ;-)

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How do I get blood stains out of car upholstery? The fabric is stretchy polyester and nothing has worked. I have tried bleach, Resolve stain remover, scrubbing, hot water, cold water, Oxy stain remover, etc.

By Mary Ellen

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Blood Stains on Car Upholstery

Hydrogen peroxide works (usually) to remove bloodstains. Also, cold water never hot. A fresh stain is more likely to come out, not an older one. (04/29/2010)

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