How do I get this out? Your guide to blood removal with Clorox bleach

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A blood stain is one of the most challenging stains to remove from your floors. This week we’ll be teaching you how to remove blood from your hardwood or linoleum floor using Totally Spot-Less Bleach powered by Clorox 2®.

Step 1: Begin by mopping up the pools of blood.

Step 2: Pour Totally Spot-Less Bleach powered by Clorox 2® onto the blood stain. Let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes. The stain should disappear. Take this time to wipe up any splattered blood that may have sprayed onto nearby cabinetry if it happened in the kitchen or bathroom.

Step 3: Move the body out of the way if it’s covering up any excess blood and repeat steps one and two.

Step 4: Remove and burn your clothing.

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