Stains happen. That’s just a fact of wearing clothes or having a carpet and using anything that drips, leaks or smears.
Ultimately, try and act fast. Blot out the spilled wine with an absorbent cloth. On persistent stains, blot/dash/spray mixture of soap detergent and hydrogen peroxide on the stained area (2:2 ratio). Note: hydrogen peroxide can cause fading, therefore use it carefully and sparingly.
Juice or Mustard (and Other Organic Dyes)
Use the rinse-and-blot-rinse method on the stained area with a vinegar-water mixture (1:3 ratio – 1 Tbsp vinegar and 3 Tbsp water). Use a water-based cleaner.
Use the rinse-blot-rinse technique with salt and water solution (mix 2 Tbsp table salt and 1-quart water). With sturdy stains, also apply water-diluted hydrogen peroxide on the stained spot.
Apply dry solvent (commercially prepared for greasy stains) to a clean cloth and blot the spot. Use a mixture of 1 Tbsp detergent with 1 cup of water to finish off the stain. Then, wash off both the solvent and mixture with a damp cloth. Do not rub. Just blot everything out.
First of all, begin by wetting a soft cloth with a mixture of mild detergent with warm water. Blot the stained area. Then, blot the spot again with the ammonia-water solution (mix 1 Tbsp ammonia and ½ cup water). To rinse, blot with clean water using a clean cloth. Lastly, dry the spot thoroughly.
Spray hairspray solution on the spot, and use the rinse-blot-rinse technique to wash off.
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