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How to Remove Red Wine from Fabric – DustAway House Cleaners Bradford

How to Remove Red Wine from Fabric – DustAway House Cleaners Bradford

Method 1 of 10:  Soda Method (Wet Stain)

  1. Pour club soda over the stain, letting it bubble up.

  2. Continue applying soda until the color of the stain has been removed.

  3. Let fabric dry.

  4. Use paper towels to clean up seltzer that has spilled onto surrounding surfaces.

  1. If the wine was just spilled, cover the fabric with a thick layer of table salt.The salt will absorb the wine & can be brushed off in about an hour.

  1. Before the stain dries, pour soda liberally on and around the red wine.

  2. Pour salt onto the stain, so the red color can no longer be seen.

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    Wait until the fabric dries, and scrape the salt into the garbage.

  1. Blot up excess red wine with a tea towel or paper towel. Make sure not to rub.

  2. Pour or blot the stain with milk as soon as possible.

  3. Let as much milk as you can soak into the stain.

  4. The stain should be gone in about an hour or less.

  1. Blot red wine out of the fabric using clean cloth or paper towels, making sure not to rub.See Tips and Warnings below.

  2. Mix equal parts of hydrogen peroxide and household soap that is safe for the fabric involved (e.g. ivory dish soap) in a container.

  3. Blot this onto stain, and blot with dry paper towels.

  4. Continue until stain is removed.

  1. Boil water.

  2. Stretch the fabric over a pan in the sink.

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    Stand on a chair and pour the boiling water onto the fabric from 3-4 feet (1 m) above.

  1. Lay out the shirt in a dry bathtub.

  2. Sprinkle about 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) of cat litter over the entire stain.

  3. Press down the Cat litter with your hands softly to absorb the wine.

  4. Vacuum the cat litter off, don’t let it go down the drain it will clog.

  1. Use if wine stain has completely dried.

  2. Pretreat fabric with shaving cream, work into stain.Place in washing machine, using hot or warm water.

  1. Soak the red wine stain in white wine.

  2. Cover the stain with a thick baking soda paste.

  3. Leave it on for a few hours.Spray it periodically to keep it moist.

  4. Wash as usual.

  1. Soak the stain in vodka.

  2. Wash as usual.

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