How To Get Blood Out Of Carpet
Apply your general spotter to the blood stain, ensuring that you have applied it all over the stain and have not missed any spots.
Agitate the area to loosen up any dried blood, dirt and other particles that have settled into the carpet fibers for easier cleaning.
Extract or blot the area with a clean white absorbent towel to draw out the chemical and the stain. Blot the carpet until the towel has absorbed all of the liquid from the carpet.
Check the carpet to see if the stain is still visible on the carpet. If the stain is still visible, apply your rust removing chemical to the spot, again making sure to apply it all over the affected area.
Agitate the carpet again to loosen any stubborn particles from the fibers for easier cleaning.
Extract or blot to draw out the chemical and the stain again until no more liquid is being absorbed.
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