by Karen Bates
(last updated May 28, 2018)
Blood can be quite a challenge to clean up. If you've ever tried to remove blood stains from a surface, you know how difficult it can be. Sometimes it seems that no matter how much you scrub, the stain still remains.
If you have blood stains on your wall, it may seem tough to remove but there are techniques that you can use to make the job easy and effective. Of course, it is best to wipe up the blood immediately from the surface for best cleaning results. Depending on the material that the wall is made of, you will want to try different ways of removing the stains. Here are ways to clean various wall surfaces to best remove blood stains:
Sometimes you will get a blood stain that is particularly difficult to remove. Generally, it should work to simply use soapy water to clean up the blood, but the stain may not come off with simple soap and water mixtures. In these cases, you will want to look for cleaners that have been made specifically for blood and other stain removal. Before trying any type of cleaner on your wall surface, you might want to test the cleaner out on an inconspicuous area of the wall. This way, you can make sure that it won't harm or damage the surface.
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