Cleaning Blood Off Plywood

Is there a way to clean blood off plywood?

Ligia from Daly City, California

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July 30, 20070 found this helpful

Try hydrogen Peroxide. Hospital workers use it to get stains off their scrubs. I have used it to get stains out of my carseat. Blood that is. If you use it on cloth. Pay attention to stain dont leave unattended. Rinse clean because it will eat away fabric if left on for a long time. If you put it on plywood there is no danger of that. Just keep appllying till stain is gone. If it is furniture apply oil afterwards.

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July 31, 20070 found this helpful

You could also try bleach.

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August 1, 20070 found this helpful

I've read about using peroxide too...and I think I read that police forensic units use coca cola. I've used peroxide on fabric and blood and it worked well but haven't ever used it on wood. I've not tried the coca cola but hear it eats away anything.

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