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(Fake) Blood Stain Removal Solutions?

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Spinsah, Feb 18, 2006.

  1. Spinsah

    Spinsah TRIBE Member

    So I attended a post-valentines 'blood n' guts' themed party and of course gored myself up pretty well with a gash across my face and a bullet wound to the forehead that dripped all down my face. It was just standard fake blood in a tube, but now it's not coming off very well with the usual soap and water.

    Is there some kind of magic elixr?

    I've tried pouring water on it and I'm looking for any solution short of sandpaper.
     
  2. Syntax Error

    Syntax Error Well-Known TRIBEr

    extra virgin olive oil.
     
  3. the_fornicator

    the_fornicator TRIBE Member

    dry clean it.

    seriously. they'll get that right out.
     
  4. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    grab that orange cream remover...gets grease out of skin so I wouldn't see how it wouldn't work for fake blood

    it's gritty so it will get right in there
     
  5. Spinsah

    Spinsah TRIBE Member

    my face?
     
  6. Spinsah

    Spinsah TRIBE Member

    what is this orange cream? where can i grab it?
     
  7. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    there's different ones but all have ORANGE in the name...canadian tire in the automotive section for like 2-3 bucks a small container...I would imagine any store similar to the tire will have it in stock
     
  8. Spinsah

    Spinsah TRIBE Member

  9. Hamza

    Hamza TRIBE Member


    or just a virgin.
     
  10. Michlerish

    Michlerish Well-Known TRIBEr

    spinsah, you should try taking a long hot/steamy shower to soften up your skin and open the pores. Then use and exfoliator to wash your face, rinse, and then use your normal soap.

    Check what's in the fake blood too... if it's a lot of oil... it may be just like lipstick. In which case you'll need some makeup remover (any girl you know would have this).
     
  11. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    then we get blood again...a vicious cirle:D
     
  12. rhyss

    rhyss TRIBE Member

    if it has dyed your skin you could try the same thing I use when my hair dye drips on my forehead. Toothpaste. Put some one, let it dry wash it off and repeat.

    I also heard that ashes from a few cigarettes mixed with water and put on the facial stain works.
     
  13. Hamza

    Hamza TRIBE Member


    I'm pretty sure he'll have some too!


    :p
     
  14. romashka

    romashka TRIBE Member

    Shaving cream usually removes fake blood.
     
  15. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    I say keep the blood stains and walk into work on monday with a meat cleaver in hand.
     
  16. Kalemic

    Kalemic TRIBE Promoter

    YES!
     
  17. annec

    annec TRIBE Member

    I second this. :D
     
  18. SneakyPete

    SneakyPete TRIBE Member

    Blood stains make you look hardcore. I would keep it if I were you.
     
  19. JESuX

    JESuX TRIBE Member

    i don't know if this will work for you, spence, but the strangest thing removes excess hair colour pigment from skin post-colouring:

    cigarette ashes.

    make a little paste with some water. something in it makes the colour come out of your skin... as i said, not sure if this is the same sort of deal ... but it could be fun smearing ashes all over your face regardless.

    good luck!

    :)
     
  20. SneakyPete

    SneakyPete TRIBE Member

    or take a marker that's the colour of your skin and draw over the blood.
     
  21. kat

    kat TRIBE Member

    oxy-mother-fucking-clean!
     
  22. janiecakes

    janiecakes TRIBE Member

    i have no advice, but this is a hilarious problem.
     
  23. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

    did a thrown fake record cause the fake gash across your fake face?
     

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