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    and get blood on your quilt do this!!!!! :shock: :shock:

    How to remove a blood spot: :D :D

    Ice cube and towel. Blot with the ice and dry with the
    towel until the blood is gone

    Saliva of the person whose blood it is

    Meat tenderizer that contains papain

    Peroxide - be careful as this may bleach your quilt


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    OH yes, I was taught to have a bit of salava on it, my own, my own prick of the finger..
    I was a cub scout mom.. This thread put me in a whole differant place !!
    I am still laughting !!!

    Ellen

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    in someones eye

    in a snake hole

    in a tree hollow

    or, if a wild cat from the woods clamps on your forarm, run to your car, shake it into the car trunk and rush to have it tested for rabies ! This I saw on Television this past week !

    Sorry, this thread (post) just is so broad.. I am having too much fun.
    Ellen

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    sorry how did this happen?

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    I've been lucky using ERA laundry soap and a cloth.

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    that's good news since sticking myself and bleeding all over a quilt does make me so mad i want to spit. now i'll have an excuse to be that "unlady-like". :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Ellen you are funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chairjogger
    in someones eye

    in a snake hole

    in a tree hollow

    or, if a wild cat from the woods clamps on your forarm, run to your car, shake it into the car trunk and rush to have it tested for rabies ! This I saw on Television this past week !

    Sorry, this thread (post) just is so broad.. I am having too much fun.
    Ellen
    I was taught about the spit too.

    Ok, I have a wild cat clamped onto my forearm.....HOW DID THAT HAPPEN???? lol And I'm going to shake it into the trunk of my car? I have a van...no trunk!!! Can I tie it onto the front of the van like a deer hunter? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by chairjogger
    if a wild cat from the woods clamps on your forarm, run to your car, shake it into the car trunk and rush to have it tested for rabies ! This I saw on Television this past week !

    Sorry, this thread (post) just is so broad.. I am having too much fun.
    Ellen
    Also works with rabid foxes too:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7712306.stm


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    All this has made me laugh so!

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    OMG...I can just picture all these quilters running through the woods with their bloody quilts tucked under one arm with pins justa flying and a wild cat hanging off the other hand on their way to find something with a trunk!!

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    When I bleed on my quilt..I just cuss..loudly.. :oops:

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    OK girls, since we are talking about removal of stain, especially bloody ones, does anyone have a sure cure for ball point ink? No, not on a quilt, but I dropped my pen and it slid down the front of a suede cloth jacket. It is washable but I need to know what to put on it before I wash it. I used to hear that hair spray would take it out, but was it only one brand that works? Help, please???

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    I've heard Aqua Net hairspray...never tried it tho

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    Thanks Bebe! I get poked so often but I've been lucky so far with no blood on the fabric. I figure as often as I get pricked my luck's about to run out soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by june6995
    OK girls, since we are talking about removal of stain, especially bloody ones, does anyone have a sure cure for ball point ink? No, not on a quilt, but I dropped my pen and it slid down the front of a suede cloth jacket. It is washable but I need to know what to put on it before I wash it. I used to hear that hair spray would take it out, but was it only one brand that works? Help, please???
    I have been told DON'T DO ANYTHING TO IT...take it directly to a dry cleaner.. of course, probably whoever told me that was related to a dry cleaner :roll:

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    Quote Originally Posted by june6995
    OK girls, since we are talking about removal of stain, especially bloody ones, does anyone have a sure cure for ball point ink? No, not on a quilt, but I dropped my pen and it slid down the front of a suede cloth jacket. It is washable but I need to know what to put on it before I wash it. I used to hear that hair spray would take it out, but was it only one brand that works? Help, please???
    Any hair spray will work ( Guess how I know?)

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    I had a possum latch on to my finger once, didn't matter how hard I shook him he wouldn't let go.
    Don't ask. I thought he was really cute up to that stage too. Yes it was sweet that he was taking food out of my hand.
    End of story. :oops:

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    :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Quote Originally Posted by chairjogger
    in someones eye

    in a snake hole

    in a tree hollow

    or, if a wild cat from the woods clamps on your forarm, run to your car, shake it into the car trunk and rush to have it tested for rabies ! This I saw on Television this past week !

    Sorry, this thread (post) just is so broad.. I am having too much fun.
    Ellen
    I was taught about the spit too.

    Ok, I have a wild cat clamped onto my forearm.....HOW DID THAT HAPPEN???? lol And I'm going to shake it into the trunk of my car? I have a van...no trunk!!! Can I tie it onto the front of the van like a deer hunter? lol
    Technically, all that is sent for rabies testing is the head of the dead animal, so if you have a pocket knife...

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    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    EEEWWWWWW.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltmaker101
    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Quote Originally Posted by chairjogger
    in someones eye
    in a snake hole
    in a tree hollow
    or, if a wild cat from the woods clamps on your forarm, run to your car, shake it into the car trunk and rush to have it tested for rabies ! This I saw on Television this past week !
    Sorry, this thread (post) just is so broad.. I am having too much fun.
    Ellen
    I was taught about the spit too.
    Ok, I have a wild cat clamped onto my forearm.....HOW DID THAT HAPPEN???? lol And I'm going to shake it into the trunk of my car? I have a van...no trunk!!! Can I tie it onto the front of the van like a deer hunter? lol
    Technically, all that is sent for rabies testing is the head of the dead animal, so if you have a pocket knife...
    Oh yes, I will pull out my handy dandy knife that is in my back pocket, along with my rotary cutters because we all know that when we are hiking in the woods, we take our quilting along. lol
    And, also too, I won't be in much pain since the animal has clamped down on my arm and the adrenalin that has soared thru my body is working overtime from running to my van, only to find out I don't have a trunk to put it in...I can just muster up some "oomph" and cut it's head off. lol
    This is too funny! Are we having fun with this or what? :) :)

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