I have a wood floor that is quite worn, so most of the finish is gone.
Two of my dogs had a serious fight while I was at work, and the floor
was covered with blood. I mopped it up with hot water and "Clorox Clean
Up," which contains bleach. Most of the blood came up but now I see that
I have many small (1"-3") spots all over the floor where the blood was.
Does anyone have any suggestions how to get those spots up?
Thanks in advance.
BTW, the injured dog will be fine. Thank God.
To clean blood use a non-alkaline detergent in cold water. Hot water
may set a blood stain. Do not use bleach for a blood stain. I'd
suggest household ammonia, but not for bare wood as this may produce a
Wood is cellulose and cellulose likes alkaline conditions, so the ammonia is
probably safe. Test an unseen area first and add some hydrogen peroxide to
the ammonia as it will help in it's removal.
We have a step-by-step guide getting blood from a T-Shirt on
www.DrClean.co.uk/Surgery_Stains/stains_bloodstain1.asp which is also
Hope this helps
The best fabrioc cleaning resource on the net.
I live 300 yards from <Good gracious> Hollow. It was the town's
favorite recreational attraction, so they built a park there. To make
way for the park they razed a cabin that had stood there since colonial
times. First an archaeologist came and sifted through the soil. By the
artifacts he found, he could tell us exactly how the people of <Good
gracious> hollow had lived.
i take it you mean <good gracious> hollow itself, not the act of <good
gracious>y in said location <g> (i also trust mrs bonk is not reading this lest she have an attack of the vapours ;-)
so they built a park there. To make
!!!! <good gracious>!!!
First an archaeologist came and sifted through the soil. By the
not to cause anyone to faint, but <good heavens!>
that's because you are a Lady, and you like Ladies' Things, such as kittens,
clean pressed doilies, and Upright Military Gentlemen. many things discussed
here are really quite beneath you, i am sorry to say - there seems to be
endless conversation about FILTH, quite frankly!!
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