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When you have bloody diarrhea on your carpet, worrying about stains may be the last thing on your mind but cleaning up the accident as soon as possible will make the process easier. Fast action also will reduce the likelihood of leaving a nasty stain behind on your carpet. Blood and diarrhea stains are classified as protein stains by the Ohio State University Information Extension, which determines how the substances should be treated.
1Use a dust pan to scoop up the bloody diarrhea from the surface of the carpet while wearing rubber gloves. Take care not to rub the material into the carpet during removal. Dispose of the bloody diarrhea in a toilet and clean the dust pan thoroughly with hot soapy water before you put it away.
2Soak a sponge in cold water and wring it out. Cold water must be used to treat protein stains such as blood and feces because hot water may cook the protein and set the stain permanently.