When dealing with the aftermath of a death, whether it be a traumatic event or sadly passing away due to an illness, there is oftentimes blood and other body fluids left behind that need to be addressed. While cleaning blood spills can seem daunting and even overwhelming, they don't have to be.
From determining what type of material was affected by the spill, to using proper cleanup techniques after any removal processes are completed, at Bio-One of Pittsburgh we understand you’re going through enough as it is and has created this guide for you in hopes of making cleaning any stains left from trauma or death inside your home or business premises easier and more manageable!
When it comes to cleaning up spills, it is important to prioritize your safety first. That means wearing personal proper protective gear like gloves, a mask, and goggles. These essential items can protect you from common hazards like exposure to bloodborne pathogens. We understand that accidents happen, and spills can be stressful to clean up. But taking the time to don the correct gear can make all the difference in keeping you safe from harm.
As professionals, we urge everyone to prioritize their safety and never underestimate the importance of protective equipment.
Make sure to read the directions for each product before you begin. This will help ensure that you are using them correctly and in accordance with safety guidelines! Put on personal protective equipment, as these items are necessary to protect you from contact with the blood that may be present in the spill.
Once all of your safety gear is in place, it’s time to start cleaning up the area!
When faced with blood stains on hard surfaces, it can be distressing. We understand how important it is to remove as much of the blood as possible in a timely manner, which is why we recommend using paper towels or cloths to blot up the stain. These items will absorb the blood and prevent it from spreading further.
Remember to blot and not rub, as rubbing will only push stains deeper into the surface!
It's crucial to use an appropriate cleaner for each surface type and follow the instructions on the product packaging carefully. Once you've applied the cleaner, use a clean rag or paper towel to blot the stain until it's gone. Remember to rinse and dry the surface after each application of cleaner.
Finally, if you're still having difficulty removing the stain, try soaking it with white vinegar for an hour or two before repeating the process above. This should help to lift the stain and leave surfaces looking as good as new.
We want you to have the peace of mind that comes with knowing you're doing everything you can to protect yourself and your loved ones from these bacteria. At Bio-One of Pittsburgh, we are always ready to assist in these situations.
Dealing with a blood spill can be an overwhelming and disconcerting situation, especially if you are unsure of how to handle it properly. At Bio-One of Pittsburgh, we understand the emotional and physical toll that such a situation can have on you. That's why our team of experts is here to help you- we offer professional assistance to ensure the safe and efficient removal of the blood and restoration of your property to its original condition.
Our advanced equipment and extensive knowledge enable us to handle even the most challenging situations with compassion and professionalism. Contact us today, and let us provide the support you need to get through this difficult time!
Bio-One of Pittsburgh is always ready to assist you in unexpected situations. Our expert specialists are always ready to assist you in dealing with highly pressurized situations that may be emotionally and physically draining, allowing you to focus on other vital activities while healing in a sanitary environment. Locally owned and operated, we provide the following:
Bio-One works closely with victim support centers nationwide and local authorities, communities, emergency services personnel, hoarding task forces, apartment communities, insurance companies, and other organizations to accomplish each customer's most efficient and superior service possible.
Many crime scene cleanup companies may face unexpected, unfortunate life events. Still, Bio-One is the right choice because of our expertise and profoundly caring and discreet specialists.
Bio-One of Pittsburgh serves the following Pennsylvania counties: Allegheny County, Washington County, Beaver County, Butler County, Armstrong County, Westmoreland County, Lawrence County, Greene County, Fayette County, and Mercer County.
We also serve the following cities and surrounding communities: from Allison Park all the way to Creighton, Crescent, Cuddy Curtisville, Millvale, Monroeville, Oakmont, Pitcairn, Pleasant Hills, Plum, Port Vue, Presto, Rankin, Rennerdale, Rural Ridge, Russellton, Sharpsburg, South Park to Springdale, we are ready to help you.