Removing Old Dried Blood From an Armchair

Removing old dried blood that has been on an armchair for a long time. Others have tried to clean it off without success.

Jilleen from Murwillumbah NSW

November 28, 20070 found this helpful

I have always heard that milk will remove blood stains because both are proteins. Can't vouch for it though because I've never tried it. Seems like it would leave a milky smell behind.

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December 3, 20070 found this helpful

Try hydrogen peroxide. It is very effective on blood and other protein stains. Saturate the spot, rub in a little OxyClean or baking soda, cover it and let it sit for several hours. Rinse off with cold water. Repeat, if necessary.

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December 4, 20070 found this helpful

Try ammonia and water. I got blood out of a recliner using just ammonia and water. Takes alot of rags and time, but it was successful.

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