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Advanced Bio Treatment Offers Professional Blood Cleanup Services

Blood cleanup must be done by professionally trained cleanup personnel in order to protect current and future inhabitants of a property as well as to ensure the safety of those doing the cleaning.

We are trained in blood cleanup and are trained at finding  and remediating areas that have been contaminated even those areas that the untrained eye would not see.

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Advanced Bio Treatment is the blood cleanup company that protects you and your family by doing the job with well-trained courteous employees. Whether the incident has occurred at your home, rental property, business, or industrial facility, you can trust our certified Crime Scene and Trauma Cleanup Teams to do a thorough job while abiding by OSHA regulations.

If you are a relative, we can work with you as an agent so the family is saved the hardship. Or if you will not be able to be there to shield your loved ones, we can handle the paperwork by electronic submission if you prefer.

Blood Cleanup FAQs

Why should I call a blood cleanup professional?

It’s understandable that some may want to handle blood cleanup privately after a traumatic event. However, no one should be left with the emotional task of cleaning up after a crime or death takes place in their home or a loved one’s home. Additionally, blood can carry harmful pathogens and communicable diseases, and you may be at risk of getting sick if you don’t remove every trace of the blood. A thorough cleanup is difficult or impossible without the right experience and equipment, so hiring a professional is the best way to keep yourself and your environment safe.

Is blood cleanup dangerous?

Blood can contain a variety of dangerous pathogens, so cleaning it up on your own is dangerous. A professional blood cleanup company will safely remove blood from your environment, so you don’t have to put yourself at risk. If you do clean blood up on your own, you must use gloves, a protective gown, a face mask, and eye protection to avoid contact with harmful bacteria or pathogens.

What are the most dangerous bloodborne pathogens in the U.S.?

The most common and harmful bloodborne pathogens are HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. HIV is a sexually transmitted infection, but it can also be transmitted through direct contact with contaminated blood. Hepatitis B and hepatitis C can both cause serious liver damage. Other dangerous pathogens include syphilis, West Nile virus, and human t-lymphotropic virus.

What should I look for in a blood cleanup company?

The disturbing scene of a hazardous or traumatic situation can be stressful, so it’s important to hire a blood cleanup company that you can trust. Your cleanup professional should have the right credentials and licensing to legally provide cleanup services, and they should have several years of experience. It’s helpful to look up reviews from previous clients or ask the company for references.

Before selecting a company to come into your home, it’s important to verify that they carry proper insurance, including a Pollution Liability policy as added protection for you.

Does ABT offer blood cleanup services near me?

ABT’ service area includes the entire Northeast and Southeast regions as well as Texas, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. There are numerous offices throughout these areas with operators standing by 24/7 every day of the year, so they can provide fast service to anyone in need.

What's the difference between blood cleanup and disinfecting?

Blood cleanup is the removal of blood from an area after a death, injury, accident, or other traumatic event. Simply removing the blood isn’t enough to make the area safe again. Even if you wipe up all traces of the blood, there still may be harmful pathogens and bacteria left behind. Disinfecting is essential in order to fully clean up an area that’s been contaminated with blood. This takes special equipment and expertise, a company that specializes in biohazard cleanup will make sure to both clean and properly decontaminated, ensuring the area is safe for inhabitants.

Can other bodily fluids be dangerous as well?

Blood isn’t the only bodily fluid that can carry dangerous viruses and bacteria. Coming into contact with fluids like saliva, vomit, urine, and semen can put you at risk for certain diseases like HIV and hepatitis. The risk may be lower than it is when you come into contact with blood, but it’s still important to take precautions before cleaning them up. If your skin has an open wound or scratch and you come into contact with bodily fluids, you should wash the area immediately and seek medical treatment.

What communicable diseases are the most dangerous?

The contagious diseases that have caused the greatest number of deaths are HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, pneumonia, infectious diarrhea, and malaria. The contagious diseases with the highest fatality rates include rabies, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Marburg hemorrhagic fever, and the H5N1 and H7N9 flu viruses. Although most of these diseases are rare in the United States, many can be spread through contact with infected blood or other bodily fluids.

What removes blood stains?

It’s easiest to clean up blood stains when they’re still wet. The best materials for blood cleanup include cold water, soap, ammonia, and hydrogen peroxide. If the stains are still wet, you can soak them in cold water right away to begin the cleanup process. Then, you can rub soap onto the stained material and dab on some diluted ammonia. If you’re cleaning blood stains out of clothing or other machine-washable items, you can use laundry detergent and stain-removal spray. Hydrogen peroxide is effective for removing blood stains from light-colored fabric.

Can you clean blood with bleach?

Bleach can help clean blood out of some fabrics and other materials, but it usually doesn’t remove all traces. It also can damage certain materials, so you should be careful before using it. If you do decide to use bleach to clean up blood, make sure to dilute it with plenty of water.

How do you clean up dried blood?

Washing with soap and cold water is an easy way to remove dried blood from linen and cotton materials, but it might take a long time to completely remove the stains. You should keep the stain face-down and scrub the opposite side of the fabric, so the water will push the blood outward. After rubbing some soap into the fabric, you can grip it on either side of the stain and rub the stained area against itself. This will loosen up the blood particles that are stuck to the fabric.

Another option is to use a meat tenderizer powder, although you should be careful when using it on silk and wool. Combine about 1 tablespoon of the meat tenderizer with water until it forms a thick paste, and rub the substance into the stained fabric. Then, let the paste sit for about an hour before rinsing it out with cold water.

How do you clean blood off of fabric?

You should try to clean blood out of fabric as quickly as possible to prevent permanent stains. If the stain is still wet, you should dab it with a wet, cold cloth. After you’ve removed as much blood as you can with cold water, apply some hydrogen peroxide to the stain.

For upholstery, carpet, and other materials that aren’t safe to treat with hydrogen peroxide, you can use a mixture of liquid dish detergent and cold water. Using a white cloth, sponge the stain with the solution until the blood is gone.

Don’t try to cleanup blood or other bodily fluids yourself.

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