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So you know you've been there. You've been asked to host an event at your home. Maybe it was a jewelry party (wink wink our favorite), baby shower, bridal shower or just a plain ole girls night. You have worked hard to clean the house, get the appetizers but most importantly get the red wine.
And then it happens. We’ve all experienced it. That slow-motion moment of horror as the wine glass topples over and spills red wine all over the nearest absorbent surface. The moment everyone’s attention shifts to the carpet, party dress, linen, or other (most often white) surface now dripping with a massive red wine stain.
Well guess what you can save the event (the jewelry party, hopefully) with the following recommendations. Here are some ways to save the party!!
Who knew hydrogen peroxide could save the day when it comes to wine
Wine Stain Removal From Clothing with Peroxide and SoapA simple household remedy to remove even the ugliest of red wine stains combines the stain lifting powers of hydrogen peroxide and soap. First, combine equal parts liquid detergent or soap (Dawn Soap is a good choice) and hydrogen peroxide in a bowl. Sponge or pour the mixture over the red wine stain and let stand for a minute to pre-soak. Please note: if you have stained only one side of a garment, place a towel between the stained layer and clean layer so the stain does not penetrate through to the other side of the fabric. If possible, test one small area first to ensure the solution does not discolor the fabric.
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