Monday, October 15, 2012

Spray Blood Review & Giveaway ends 10/25 US Daily



Product Description
Spray Blood allows users to create realistic-looking bullet holes, dripping blood lines and blood spatter effects on fabrics, plastic, glass and rubber. The paint provides an inexpensive and simple fake blood technique for film and theater wardrobes and set designs as well as gory Halloween costumes and d├ęcor. Spray Blood comes in a nitrogen-propelled can and emits virtually no fumes so it is safe to use inside and eco-friendly. Spray Blood is available for purchase YEAR ROUND at Party City locations nationwide and online at spraypaint4fabric.com. Check www.sprayblood.com for more info.
Wow this product is so life like that it really does look like real blood. I was amazed at how easy the can of Spray Blood was to use. My husband wanted to play a prank on his co workers so we sprayed the fake blood all over a white T shirt. My husband wore a black sleeveless shirt over the white shirt and waited until the right moment and acted like he cut himself really bad and wrapped his hand in the white shirt that we covered in the fake blood. Everyone freaked out and just when they were about to take him out of the factory he relieved his unharmed hand. Everyone fell for it and really thought the blood was real. This is a really great product. I can't wait to use this on Halloween.
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24 comments:

  1. I would use this on my daughter's zombie Halloween costume

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  2. I love that it is not toxic or flammable! You never know what is and isn't dangerous for your kids these days!

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  3. I also like the Hand Blown Glass Skulls.

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  4. I'm having a Halloween party so I would use this in my decorating.

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  5. I love the hand blown glass skulls!!!

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  6. I got nieces and nephews who would love to have this sprayed on them lol

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  7. Brenda White MyersOctober 16, 2012 at 1:18 PM

    I learned that it's not for use on the skin

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  8. I would give it to my daughter to use with her kids for halloween

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  9. my son haunts our yard this would be great to add to the decor and costumes

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  10. I learned to make a bullet hole effect to Prop up garment with cardboard inside in a vertical position. Spray blood in one spot and allow to drip, then release trigger.

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  11. I like the skull glasses
    Holly W

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  12. On my daughters dead bride costume
    Holly W

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  13. I would use it! I have tons of fake blood in my "girl cave"

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  14. I learned that's its not flammable! Most others are

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  15. i like how it looks my daughter would love it fo halloween

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  16. i would give it to my daughter she would probably use it on her clothes and face

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  17. I like the Glow In The Dark Spray Paint, really neat.

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