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Old 06-16-2005, 09:45 AM   #1
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Let start by this morning I got in the car and then heard I load thud. To find out that are black cat flame had got out and was in the engine bay of my car. She died in my arms. So I rush the her the vet er. But now my passenger seat has blood all it how do I get out.
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Wow man thats terrible. Sorry to hear that.
I know cold water gets blood out of shirts.. You might want to try that but dont rub it in just tap it.
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sorry to hear that i would try some blue coral shampoo always worked for me on everything
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Cloth seats? You could try hydrogen peroxide. I've used that on carpet before, but the blood was still wet.
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I've heard that hair spray will get it out. However, I've never tried it.

I know that ice cubes rubbed on the area will make it disipate too.

Good luck.
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Let start by this morning I got in the car and then heard I load thud. To find out that are black cat flame had got out and was in the engine bay of my car. She died in my arms. So I rush the her the vet er. But now my passenger seat has blood all it how do I get out.
so sorry about your cat. hairspray!!!!!
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Spray everything you've got! Just don't rub it around, you've gotta blot it. Also be sure to let the cleaner [whatever you may choose to use] to soak a little bit in there. Then right before you are about to blot the area, spray a significant amount more. Worked like a charm for all the crapola on my carpet [hey, I was 5, give me a break! ].


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Esh. Sorry to hear about your cat.

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Cloth seats? You could try hydrogen peroxide. I've used that on carpet before, but the blood was still wet.
I second that. I think hydrogen peroxide will work somewhat on dried blood.
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Rubbing alcohol will also remove blood. It works wonders on removing motor oil from cloth.

I actually have used starting fluid to remove oil from cloth seats. Give that a whirl..you'll be pleasantly surprised.
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i used hydrogen peroxide it worked wonderful and yes I do have colth seats. The car acutal bent one the blades. The cat died in my arms. I will miss her she always liked to watch me work on my car.
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