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I messed up. #6671646
11/21/19 12:09 PM
11/21/19 12:09 PM
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Waynesburg, PA
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Some a local boy caught his 1st coyote of season....and 2nd of his career the other day. I helped him skin it and put it on a wire stretcher.
Last night i turned it fur out and saw that we apparently left a couple of major blood spots on fur. I quickly rubbed borax on them and hung up to dry. Any advice on blood stain removal on partially dried hides? I would notbe worried it it were mine, but it is the boys. [Linked Image]

Re: I messed up. [Re: cliffwhy] #6671684
11/21/19 12:50 PM
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Spray and wipe with hydrogen peroxide.






Re: I messed up. [Re: cliffwhy] #6671686
11/21/19 12:58 PM
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Let it dry then when turned fur out give it a borax treatment. Once the skin as dried and the fur turned out work considerable dry borax powder into the stained areas, let set for 10-15 minutes and then comb, brush, and shake the borax out. Using this borax treatment method works extremely well as can be seen in the following before and after pictures. As well as removing blood stains the borax also cleans and brightens the fur. [Linked Image]
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Re: I messed up. [Re: cliffwhy] #6671699
11/21/19 01:20 PM
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Thanks!

Re: I messed up. [Re: cliffwhy] #6671701
11/21/19 01:25 PM
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I keep a tube of chlorox wipes handy for small bloody spots. I rub the bloody area with the pre treated wipes as many as is necessary to totally clean the area of the blood. I comb out and rub dry or use old hair dryer to dry the spot well. I then rub with borax thoroughly and let it continue to air dry.
Works well.

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