Getting wine stains out

Wine stains are always a massive pain in the ass. When my wife goes out drinking with her friends she always manages to spill a bunch of wine. Here’s some tips for what you can do about it.

You rub it well, the spots of red wine do not want to leave, and are well encrusted in the fabric of your favorite shirt. As for the carpet and wooden coffee table, they also got hit. We invite you to discover the best ways to say goodbye to red wine stains.

Red wine stains: what to avoid

Some accepted ideas push us to perform some dramatic actions when it comes to red wine stains. Depending on whether it is fabric or wood, you will not treat the stain in the same way. One of the most common mistakes regarding red wine is to use coarse salt. Indeed, the salt absorbs the liquid, but it also has the peculiarity of damaging the fabric. Heat is also pretty bad. Avoid touching the stain with hot water, and do not place red stained cloth in the machine without first removing it. Finally, so that the spot is no more than a memory, do not wait to take care of it. The sooner you act, the fewer traces you will have.

Cleaning fabric

The spots of red wine on a garment, a sofa or a carpet are unfortunately frequent. On a synthetic fabric, rub the red wine stain with cold water and black soap or, if you do not have the dishwashing liquid, then wash in a washing machine at high temp. For a cotton fabric, rub a soap without wetting the fabric before placing in a cold machine. Finally, on wool, soak in cold water until the stain is diluted. You know, because the water is pink. Then, you place the fabric in soapy water before rinsing it with clear water.

 

Last resort

If for some reason there is no way that you can get the stain out of the carpet or fabric then call in a real company that specializes in this sort of thing. This Montgomery AL carpet cleaner is highly recommended by all my friends out there.