DIY Red Wine Stain Removal Tips
Whether your are only a weekend drinker or a connoisseur of wines, I am sure at one point you or someone else has spilled some red wine on your clothes and we all know how difficult it can be to get those out. Luckily, there are some great, all natural, do-it-yourself ways to get red wine out of a number of different fabrics.
(After completing the remedies below, wash your clothing normally but do not put anything in the dryer until you make sure the stain is completely gone. Also, the Red Wine Stain Removal tips work best on fresh stains that just happened, rather than red wine stains that have dried.)
Club Soda Red Wine Stain Remover
Pour the club soda over a wet wine stain and allow it to bubble. Keep pouring it on until the color of the wine fades and then allow the fabric to dry.
How to Remove Red Wine Stains with Salt
Cover the wine stain with a large of amount salt, which should absorb the stain. The stain must be wet and have just happened for this method to work.
Club Soda & Salt Red Wine Stain Remover
Douse the stain in club soda and then pour salt on the stain until the stain can not be seen. When the fabric dries, wipe off the salt and the stain.
How to Remove a Red Wine Stain with Milk
Blot the excess wine with a paper towel and then pour milk on the stain as soon as possible. Let the milk settle for an hour before washing.
Red Wine Stain Remover Spray with Hydrogen Peroxide & Soap
Blot the excess red wine and then mix equal parts soap with hydrogen peroxide. Spray the mixture onto the stain and blot until the stain is gone.
Should You Use Hot Water or Cold Water on a Red Wine Stain?
Pour boiling water on a red wine stain while the stain is over a sink, allowing the water to pass through the stain.
Kitty Litter Red Wine Stain Remover
Sprinkle kitty litter on the stain and then press it into the stain to absorb the wine.
How to Remove a Red Wine Stain That Has Dried
Shaving Cream Method – If the red wine stain is completely dry try this shaving cream method. Spray shaving cream on the stain and then wash normally.
How to Remove a Red Wine Stain with White Wine
If the wine has dried, pour some white wine over the stain and then cover with baking soda paste. Allow it to sit for a few hours before washing.
How to Remove a Dry Red Wine Stain with Vodka
If the red wine stain has dried, pour vodka on the stain, allow it to soak for a minute or two and then wash the clothes as normal.
Speed is essential in removing red wine stains. The longer the stain sits, the harder it will be to remove with homemade cleaners (or any stain removers!) including the ones above.
Which of the Red Wine Stain Removers worked for you to remove your stain? Do you have another DIY Red Wine Stain Removal tip that we missed? Be sure to share your experiences and thoughts in the comment section below!