Perma Blood

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Professional Perma Blood /   PERMANENT BLOOD PAINT 


Perma-blood has been reformulated! Our new formulation keeps all of the qualities you loved but removes the parts you didn't! Perma-blood can be thinned with water and still dries bright red, glossy, and flexible. Perma-blood is now completely water proof and much more uv resistant! Perma-blood may look different in the bottle or while drying but the dried color will match. You may need to update your application techniques to get the same look as before. We have tested many variables but we can't test for everything so please We have tested many variables  


Perma-blood is the haunt industries' best blood paint, period.  most blood paints dry pink or brown or don't dry at all.  Perma-blood dries bright red and glossy to always appear fresh.  it dries completely tack free and is flexible.  that makes perma-blood great for use on walls, props, and even costumes. Perma-blood is already in use in haunted attractions all over the united states and all over the world.  it has even been featured in modern marvels on the history channel, on many of the costumes for the hit movie zombieland and amc's groundbreaking series the walking dead. With sizes ranging from 4 ounces to 55 gallons you can get as much or as little as you'd like.  find out why so many attractions are already using this great product to really bring their scenes to life.


Perma-blood is not intended for use in make-up.  visit the make-up effects section of the store to find the our special fx blood we sell for use in make-up applications.


Shake well.



  • 5
    The Best For All Your Bloody Props

    Posted by WIngman on Oct 16 2021

    I was putting together a walking dead costume for a friend that included Morgan Jones' staff - a broom handle specially carved and sharpened at one end for dispatching zombies. Other products (including ordinary model paint) flaked off or turned so dark you couldn't tell what it was supposed to be. Perma-Blood turned out to be the perfect solution. It dries the same bright bloody color as when it was first applied. It stands up to reasonable use, no flaking, and weeks later, it still looks so good that people are little afraid to touch it. I've already had another request for such a staff and I'll be buying more Perma-Blood! (Note: I am not in the business of making and selling staffs or any other prop. It's just a hobby.)