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tctrojan's Message:

I agree with spot checking it first. Good luck.

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Charlotte 06-30-2022 09:41 AM

The dish liquid worked! Thanks for the suggestions.

tctrojan 06-30-2022 06:52 AM

I agree with spot checking it first. Good luck.

Lilbitkm 06-30-2022 06:49 AM

Folex is amazing at getting things out of fabric. I’ve used it with all sorts of stains with great results.

overthemoon 06-30-2022 06:02 AM

If it has not been there long, I would try cold water and a little dishwashing soap. Usually, that will do it. But make sure to use cold water and not hot. Hot sets the stain. You may have to rub a bit, but it should come out. If it is set in, I would try Oxiclean. Good luck!

Ima Teacher 06-30-2022 05:55 AM

Id spot test the peroxide on the recliner.

Oxiclean would be another possibility, but spot test it first, too.

Charlotte 06-30-2022 05:44 AM

DH got blood on the arm of his recliner. It is a medium green fabric. Any ideas on cleaning it? I've had luck with peroxide before on other fabrics, but i'm nervous about using it on the chair.

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