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How to Get Out Wine Stains

Worried about getting that wine stain on your favorite blouse or white pants at your next BBQ? We’ve got you covered! Keep reading for tips and tricks on how to get out wine stains!

Time is of the essence with wine stains, so ideally, you’re able to treat it ASAP. There are a few household items that you will almost always have handy (even if you’re out and about at a restaurant, bar, or that ill-equipped vacation rental).

  • Kosher or table salt. Generously apply to the stain and let sit to help pull the stain up from the fabric before it has a chance to set in.
  • Club Soda. Generously apply club soda and let sit, reapply to really get it soaked.
  • Hot water. While adding water may cause the stain to spread, hot water will dilute and delay the stain from setting into the fabric.

Any of the above methods can be used and applied immediately and left to sit overnight before washing as directed on the garment tag.

For clothes or fabrics that are machine washable:

  • Oxi Clean and vinegar method. If you have it, OxiClean can do wonders for a wine stain! Apply OxiClean product as directed and let sit (about 20 minutes), before laundering as normal in washing machine. If you have white vinegar, add that to the bleach compartment of your machine to help clean and brighten (if the garment is white, use bleach).
  • Dish soap and hydrogen peroxide method. Combine two parts hydrogen peroxide to one part dish soap. Dab the mixture onto the stain enough to soak it and let it sit, repeat as necessary. Then, launder normal in washing machine.

So enjoy that wine of great color and depth, like our Petite Sirah, without fear!