Cold water and a clean cloth, or a simple homemade solution, may be your best bet in trying to remove a dried blood stain from carpet. If it doesn’t work, consult a professional carpet cleaner.
Cold water and a clean cloth, or a simple homemade solution, may be your best bet in trying to remove a dried blood stain from carpet. If it doesn’t work, consult a professional carpet cleaner. Thinkstock TNS
Cold water and a clean cloth, or a simple homemade solution, may be your best bet in trying to remove a dried blood stain from carpet. If it doesn’t work, consult a professional carpet cleaner. Thinkstock TNS

Ask Angie: How to remove dried blood from carpet

August 16, 2015 9:00 PM

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