How can I clean blood off leather car seats?
I accidentally cut myself while doing some yard work the other day and ended up driving myself to the hospital. The cut wasn’t anything a few stitches couldn’t fix, but I did manage to get some blood on my car’s seats. How can I clean the blood off my leather car seats?
- Prepare a cleaning solution: In a small dish, combine half a teaspoon of liquid dish soap and a bit of water. Be sure to use a mild soap and test it on a small hidden area to avoid damaging the leather. Stir the solution until soap suds form at the top.
- Dampen a clean, soft cloth: Gently wipe away the blood until it is gone or the cloth is no longer picking anything up.
- Rinse the area: Remove excess solution using a clean, damp cloth.
- Dry the area: Use a dry cloth to remove any excess moisture.
- Apply leather conditioner: Conditioner will protect the freshly cleaned leather.