How to Remove Dry Blood Stains in Carpet

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You can remove dry blood stains in a carpet if you know the right technique, so put on some plastic gloves, grab your damp cloth and Shop-Vac and get ready to learn. An experienced carpet pro demonstrates the procedure in this free video on carpet cleaning.

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Video Transcript

Hey everybody, it's Dynamic John Mickel from Dynamic Carpet Care. And everyday I'm asked, how do I get out stains out of a carpet? One of the ones I get asked quite a bit is, I've got blood on my carpet. Don't know how it got there, what do I do to get it out? O.k., you want to take your home remedy that we've been using. You mix it together, your warm water in a spray bottle, with some dish detergent. And even a little bit of vinegar, because the vinegar's going to be a neutralizer if there's any odor there. O.k., you might even want to take a pair of plastic gloves. O.k., if you're dealing with blood and you know it. Take a pair of plastic gloves, put those on, spray the area pretty good, take your damp cloth, wipe it up. And now, you get your Shop Vac, again, go over it. Why do we do that? We want to make sure all the moisture is removed as much as possible. Because we don't want it to attract dirt. So, do that and that should help with your home remedy, to get the blood out of your carpet. If it doesn't, contact a local professional in your area. Or, contact me at And remember, keep it clean, my friends.


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