To remove wine stains, rinse with cold water, treat with salt, and rinse again, rubbing the salt into the fabric with your fingers. Treat the stain with liquid laundry detergent, and let it set for a few minutes. Wash th... More »

Remove a red wine stain from upholstery by soaking up as much of the wine as possible, and then use a liquid detergent mixed with water to rub the stain away. When tackling carpet stains, take a similar approach, but use... More »

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According to How to Clean Stuff, red wine stains on clothing can be removed using solutions that include salt, white wine, stain removers, boiling water, baking soda, club soda and talcum powder. More »

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To get fresh red wine stains out of clothing, flush the stains immediately with cold water. Sprinkle salt on the stains, then rinse the piece off under cold water while rubbing the stains with your fingers. Treat the clo... More »

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There are a number of methods that can be used to get red wine stains out of a carpet including salt, oxi products, liquid dish detergent or a hydrogen peroxide mix. All methods will work differently depending on how lon... More »

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To remove a yellow bleach stain from fabric, blot the stain with a cloth soaked with sodium thiosulfate, saturate the stain with distilled white vinegar and rinse the fabric with cold water. Repeat the process as needed ... More »

To remove coffee stains from fabric, rinse a fresh stain with cold water or club soda, rub laundry detergent or stain remover into the stain, soak the fabric in cold water, and then wash the fabric as directed by the man... More »

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