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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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 »

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 red wine out of a cream carpet, blot the carpet immediately with an absorbent cloth; sponge the stain with a mixture of water, dishwashing liquid and white vinegar; sponge the area with cold water; and blot it dry... More »

About.com recommends removing a tomato sauce stain by running cold water through the stain, rubbing a liquid detergent, applying a mild bleaching agent, and using a stain remover stick. If your stain is a combination of ... More »

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The first step to removing a wine stain is to soak up any remaining wine on the carpet with an absorbent cloth. Then sprinkle salt generously over the stain and wet the surface of the stained carpet with white wine or vi... More »

To remove a red drink stain from carpet, blot any liquid from the fibers, apply a solution of dishwashing liquid and water, clean the area with a vinegar solution, remove any remaining stain with an ammonia solution, and... More »

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