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How-To: Remove Red Wine Stains

Sometimes you can get away with treating stains at a later date, but when it comes to red wine stains, it's best to treat the spill immediately. If you find yourself with a ring of shiraz on your favorite white tablecloth, or a drip of pinot noir on a beautiful blouse, take these steps as soon as possible. I'll tell you how to banish stubborn red wine stains when you

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  1. First, make sure to blot (not rub or scrub) the stain with paper towels. However, if the fabric is "dry clean only," skip this step and get it to the cleaners posthaste.
  2. Position a dry washcloth between the layers of the fabric (such as the front and back of a blouse) to prevent staining on the back of the material.
  3. Mix one teaspoon of laundry soap or dish soap and one cup hydrogen peroxide in a small bowl. Dip a sponge in the bowl, and gently blot the stain.
  4. Review and follow any special washing directions for the type of fabric.
  5. If the fabric is machine washable, wash in cool water and air dry.
  6. If not, wash by hand with a mild detergent.


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kscincotta kscincotta 8 years
Dawn dish detergent is my go to stain remover for red wine. It got a red wine stain out of a white tank top that was months old!
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