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REMOVE AN OLD DRIED RED WINE STAIN

HOW TO REMOVE AN OLD DRIED RED WINE STAIN (Part 1)

Old stains on fabric or dresses can totally ruin your image, bring embarrassment and make you lose job opportunities. What do you think about boosting these ugly stains out of your wardrobe? Have you ever faced these types of stubborn stains looking like they’re here to stay?

You may find your clothes or fabric with red wine stains that you were unaware of or did not deal with in time; you may still be lucky to get rid of them. Old dried red wine stains need a good long soak in cold water to have any chance of disappearing.

Here are somes tips that can help you to permanently remove dried red wine stains from your clothes, carpets…

Tip 1

  • First, scrub liquid laundry detergent or dish soap on the stained area.

– Second, put the clothes in a bowl or bucket of cold water to soak for 30 minutes.

– Last, apply a stain remover and wash the fabric on the regular cycle.

Repeat this process until you get satisfaction. For very persistent stains on white clothes, you can use bleach. For colored clothing, a chlorine-free oxygen bleach may also be helpful.

Tip 2 

  •  You can also use milk.

To do this, heat milk in a container and soak the fabric in it. Leave the milk to act for the necessary time until the stain is diluted. After that, you can wash your clothes as usual.

 While following these tips, remember that at Mr Laundromat, we save you time by professionally taking care of those stains for you. Give us à CALL while waiting for the second part on the tips to remove an old dried red wine stain.

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