How to Clean Blood Off of Suede

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Things You'll Need

  • Cotton balls

  • Bottle of hydrogen peroxide


For stubborn stains, try gently scrubbing the area with a soft-bristle toothbrush and peroxide.

Suede is a popular form of leather used to make a variety of clothing such as jackets and boots. It is also used to upholster furniture such as sofas and arm chairs. Blood on suede can appear to be a permanent stain, but removing it is fairly easy and quick.


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Step 1

Soak a cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide.


Step 2

Gently blot the blood stain on your suede with the soaked cotton ball.


Step 3

Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the stain is fully removed.