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Two Methods to Remove Red Wine Stains

Two Methods to Remove Red Wine Stains

Two Methods to Remove Red Wine Stains

A visit to one of our city’s wine bars can be marred if red wine gets spilled on your clothes. It will help you remain calm and enjoy the rest of your time out if you have an idea about how to remove red wine from your clothes.

Your best move when you’re out and red wine soils your clothing is to very quickly pour club soda onto the stain while it is still wet. Allow the club soda to bubble up and get really well into the stain. Keep pouring the club soda onto the stain until the color disappears. Then use a cloth, serviette or paper towel to mop up the soda from your clothes.

Another way to remove the stain is to pour hot water through it. If you’re home when the stain occurs, remove the clothing item and run to the kitchen with it. Turn on your hot water and pour it over the stain. You can pour it through from the back of the clothing as if you’re pushing the stain back out. Some people even recommend you boil water and pour it from 3 to 4 feet (1 meter) above onto the stain. Which of these methods you choose might depend on if your tap can give you really hot water or not.

It’s important to treat a red wine stain as soon as it happens and it’s still wet. A dry stain can set into clothing and be very hard to remove. We never want to see your clothes arrive at our location ruined from an evening out with friends. But once you’ve used one of the above methods, bring your item to us to finish the cleaning process.