White Wine Removes Red Wine Stains? Stupid Tip of the Day:

By Tia Cristy

Stupid Tip of the Day: White Wine Removes Red Wine Stains?



So on the light carpet lay a stain from red wine. What to do? White wine is not the answer. Though it may look to dilute the red stain, it is still wine, and is filled with sugars. White wine will stain the carpet as well, it just takes a little longer for that stain to appear. So the tip to pick up any wine spill, is peroxide.

As soon as you notice the spill, grab peroxide and apply to the area.You will need several towels for the process. Blot the spot to absorb the top level. Add more peroxide if needed. Then, with a new clean towel, apply pressure to retrieve the stain on the lower level.

After the stain is gone, apply a clean wet cloth to the area to absorb the remainder of the peroxide, so if the carpet is colored, it doesn't lighten. For darker carpets. apply a small amount of dish soap to the water, wet towel and scrub out area.

This process should remove the stain without consequence to the color of the carpet.
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