When faced with the task of stain removal there are many stain removal techniques that can be used, however you have to choose the right one for the job. Popular ways include cleaning with ammonia, bleach, certain enzymes, D-Limonene and even baking soda.
Know your floor
Within the home there are often a variety of floors, including marble, wood, asphalt tile floors, brick floors, vinyl and also ceramic tile floors. With non-porous surfaces there is no risk of staining (such as vinyl and ceramic tiles), however wood, marble, asphalt and brick floors need better care.
Ammonia is a gas compound that kills bacteria and gets rid of stains fast. It is a common ingredient found in glass and window cleaners, floor wax and other cleaners. If you get blood stains on your floor, try to clean it with a solution of ammonia and cold water. If you have none close to hand, You can also use any nail polish remover to rub the stain clean. Iodine is great for cleaning up cuts and wounds but when it stains the floor, it can be difficult to clean; these stains respond well to ammonia and water. If they are stubborn, you may want to soak a piece of cloth in the solution and leave it on the stain. While using ammonia, be careful with your eyes and skin, as this gas can irritate you. Some people get a burning sensation, and need to wash the face and eyes and use a skin moisturiser.