How to Get Blood Out of Carpet

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There are so many different types of stains that may seem impossible to get out of your carpets. From grape juice, wine, and even blood stains can cause much stress and angst leaving your home feeling a little less fresh. 

Whether you get a small or large amount of blood on the carpet, it can have a staining effect which can seem quite irremovable at first. Fortunately, there are a few ways to clear up the mess, and thankfully we’ve tested them all. 

You’ll be happy to heat that bloodstains can be removed with simple products from your bathroom or kitchen pantry. 

The easiest way to remove blood stains from the carpet is to get started as soon as the blood drops on the carpet. The longer the blood sets in, the more difficult it will be to get rid of it. Fortunately, cleaning fresh blood off carpets does not require much. Blot with a clean lint-free cloth. Preferably, use a white cloth, so you do not get dye from the cloth on your carpet. Lightly press on the stains to clean out the wet blood. When doing this, you must be careful so the blood will not spread even further. A smart method is to dab from the edges to the center. Also, remember to blot, not scrub. Using cold water in a spray bottle is the best way to apply a little water to lift the stain. 

If blood is dried on the carpet you may require professional cleaning. Carpets made with silk and wool are incredibly delicate and prone to damage. So, if you use such carpets, you might not want to risk a DIY approach on them.

While a professional cleaning might cost more, the results will often be better. The Carpet Cure team has cleaned countless carpets and removed stains from blood to wine and everything in between. Our experts will study the extent of damage on your carpet and know how to clean it effectively.

Hiring a professional carpet cleaner can also save you time and energy. We will also administer the right kind of cleaning that will not damage your fibers.

 Want to know more about how we can cure your carpet? Book a consultation today! 

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