If customers call you to clean up a blood-based stain, you will not find a better product than Blood Eraser. It will work on all types of fabrics that are safe for water, unless the spot has been set by low pH cleaners or spotters.
Chemical residue in fibers can automatically set new blood stains if the surface pH is under 7.0, so choose the specialty product developed expressly for professional removal of blood stains from carpet and upholstery fabric to tackle these challenges. Use it only on fabrics that will not be damaged by water!
Blood Eraser delivers terrific results in most circumstances, but if the spot has been been exposed to pH cleaners or spotters, it may not produce the results you seek, so always advise customers of this fact.
Blood Removal from Carpet:
Blood is either caused by spillage or trauma and can be from either a human or an animal. Cleaners must adhere to OSHA's blood-borne pathogen rule. Cleaners must wear gloves, goggles, and an apron. All recovery must be discarded as hazardous waste. Recovery tanks need to be cleaned with a bleach solution. OSHA's concern is AIDS or hepatitis.
Recommended Basic Method:
|Chemical Type||Water Based|
|Approved Use||Stain Resistant Carpet|
|Cleaning Method||Hot Water Extraction|
|pH||9.5 - 10.5|