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Hey all, so I'm in the process of trying to decorate the mustang for halloween and was wanting to do some fake blood stuff. Not sure whats safe to use or not? Just curious if maybe someone out there has some experience playing around with this and knows what I could do or atleast point me in the right direction. I know plenty of places have fake blood at the moment just not sure if its alright to use on my paint or not. Thanks!
 

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... I can get you lots of real blood from work (& body parts) lol


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Fill a bucket with fake blood, then drive into it, it looks better.
 

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There are a lot of ideas and products that can be used for fake blood. The problem is not in the recipe to make the blood; the problem will be removing anything that dries on the car's finish. Also, red pigments do not like to separate from whatever they are put on.

As for real blood; it's deer season in GA. Blood is not uncommon to see draining from the bed of a truck. I love deer season. Mmmmm, deer burgers.
 

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My Mustang is going out for Halloween as a Clean Mustang :cool:
:whistling::hide::whistling:
 

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There are a lot of ideas and products that can be used for fake blood. The problem is not in the recipe to make the blood; the problem will be removing anything that dries on the car's finish. Also, red pigments do not like to separate from whatever they are put on.

As for real blood; it's deer season in GA. Blood is not uncommon to see draining from the bed of a truck. I love deer season. Mmmmm, deer burgers.
Thats my concern. I'd rather not damage my paint.
 

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