Removing Wine Stains Easily

ways to remove wine stains

Red wine stains are generally simple to eliminate with items found in the house. The key to efficiently removing any stain is to operate instantly. Check out these 8 solutions to remove the wine stains:

1. White wine
If there’s a glass of white wine handy, immediately pour that over the red wine stain. White wine neutralizes the red wine and will make the stain vanish.

2. Vinegar
Pour vinegar onto a damp cloth and blot the stain until the wine is completely lifted.

3. Club soda
Pour club soda directly on the stain and let it go to work. With luck, the stain will lift before your eyes.

4. Coarse salts.
Coarse salts such as Kosher salt works best. Leave on for a few minutes and wipe salt away. Blot with a damp cloth until the stain is removed.

5. Baking soda
Sprinkle baking soda over the stain and let sit until the wine is absorbed, wipe away, and blot with a cool, damp cloth. Launder as usual.

6. Paste of cream of tartar and water
A paste of cream of tartar and water will also work to remove the red wine stain. Gently rub the paste into the stain and let sit. Remove the paste and blot with a damp cloth.

7. Clean, damp cloth
Blot the stain with a clean, damp cloth before no more of the red wine can be lifted. Don’t frantically rub on the stain to get it out, this will only cause it to spread, amplifying your problems.

Also, you can use special products for removing wine stains, as Wine AWAY.


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