A few thoughts on blood14 VIPs have spoken »
Q: If a bloody murder occurs in my house, who should I call to clean it up? Merry Maids will not accept that type of job.
A: If you live in New York City, Mr. Ron Gospodarski, President of Bio-Recovery Corp., is your man.
Roughly a year ago, I saw a few episodes of Crime Scene Cleanup on Investigation Discovery and I was enthralled.
Give Bio-Recovery Corp. a jingle and they will show up in haz mat suits ready to clean everything in sight. I’m sure it costs a crazy amount but I’m guessing it would be worth it. I have to hand it to Mr. Gospodarski, that is an excellent example of finding a problem that requires a business solution.
Q: Why won’t hydrogen peroxide remove blood?
A: This, my friend, is a trick question. Hydrogen peroxide will ONLY REMOVE FRESH BLOOD.
That’s awesome when you’re right there the moment the blood touches fabric. However, my kid has nosebleeds at night during the winter months. That sucks and we’re trying to use saline spray, a humidifier and cream to moisten her nose but at the moment we have not been able to get to the source.
That means she has a bloody nose around 1:08 am, sleeps through it only to wake up six hours later with blood on her face
you big disgrace, wavin’ your banner all over the place and pillowcase.
I challenge you to remove six-hour old blood stains with nothing but hydrogen peroxide. It does not work.
It will work, however, if your kid gets up immediately and tells you what happened in the last 45 seconds.