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How to Get Red Wine Stains Out of Clothing and Linens

Right in the middle of a nice dinner party, someone gets up and knocks the table, sending your red wine glass tumbling and dripping on your clothing. It looks like a nasty stain, and it can be a little tough to remove, but a few common household items can make that red wine stain disappear.
Talia Kuiken
Talia Kuiken • 2 years ago

How to get red wine stains out of clothing and linens by Braniac: get red wine stains out of clothing and linens. We all love a nice red wine or merlot with dinner, just not on our clothes! Follow these quick and easy steps to get the wine out of your clothes and linens too! Things You'll Need: Clean white towel, Club Soda. 1. Take a clean white towel and saturate in club soda. 2. Dab stain repeatedly. Be sure not to rub but only dab as in to pat with towel. 3. Launder as usual.

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