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There are a few things you can try to remove red wine from clothing. If the stains are fresh, you can saturate them with club soda, then wash. Or, you can apply a mixture of dishwashing liquid and vinegar. This is safe on all washable fabrics. Or, if your fabric is shrinkproof, place it in a pot containing enough milk to cover the stain, bring to a boil, remove from heat, and let sit until the stain has disappeared.
Hydrogen Peroxide in a spray bottle does a great job
Very helpful tips! The stain came off even the next day I washed it.
I spilled a lot of red wine and the absolute best solution is to put some OxyClean in a bucket of hot water and soak until the stain disappears - it always works, even if the stain is over a week old.
To get a red wine stain out of a white cotton sweater, I scoured with salt, soda, vinegar, blotted it all out, used a popular stain stick, washed it out, and I can't tell now which side the stain was on in the first place.
Oxi Clean will work great on fresh red wine stains on clothing, carpet or upholstry. Let it soak overnight for best results.
Great tip. I have a wine soaked shirt that I am going to try it on.
One of the most effective ways to remove red wine stains, believe it or not is with white wine.
You can also cover the stain with table salt, or use white wine to counteract the red color
I tried the vinegar and dish washing liquid - turned the stain to blue - then tried the boiling it in milk and it WORKED GREAT!! Thanks.
I rinsed with cold water first and the red turned blue. After applying the dishwahing liquid and vinegar the red returned. Stain did not go away.