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Sunday, April 5, 2015
How To Remove Wet Red Wine Stains
The sooner you can work on removing he stains, the easier it will come out. The following tips works best on cotton, polyester and blends.
If the fabrics dry-clean only do not try to remove stain at home, it may damage the fabric. That being said take the dry-clean fabric to a clean soon as possible.
Below you will find steps on How to Remove Wet Red Wine Stain.
How to Remove Wet Red Wine Stains
It is easiest to remove red wine when the stain is still wet. Be sure to blot the stain throughout the process. Do not rub the stain as this will only push the stain further into the fabric. So use the following steps until the stain is removed.
You will need:
These techniques should be safe for washable fabrics. Make sure you test it out on a small spot to ensure there is no discolouring or damage to the fabrics fibers.
Step # 1
Begin by blotting with a clean cloth to remove as much of the wine possible. It’s very important not toSCRUB the stain. To do this you will need to work from outside of the stain towards the center. This will help keep the stain from spreading.
Step # 2
Dab the stain with white wine ad blot with a clean cloth.
Step # 3
If the stain still remains, try dabbing little bit of the club soda on the stain and blot to remove.
Step # 4
If the stain still persists, try pouring salt, baking soda, talcum powder on the stain and letting it set. The powder should soak up the stain and remove it.
Step # 5
When the stain has removed, wash the clothing in cold water following detergent recommendations on the care tag.
Step # 6
You may want to air-dry the clothing to be sure that the stain is not noticeable when it’s dry. If you place it in the dryer and the stains not completely gone, it will be set from the heat and will be impossible to remove.
Helpfully Tip to Remember.
If your fabric can with withstand boiling water, try the following method:
I. Lay the stain across a large bowl
II. Pour boiling water over the stain and let the water draw it out as it runs through the fabric in to the blow.