How to remove a wine stain on the fabric?
Full House or mere awkwardness … that the red glass ends up on your couch or your designer silk dress designer. Before crying in despair, we follow our instructions “detach a natural birthmark.”
Who has not had a day experienced a moment of panic, seeing a glass of wine down in his living room? A nightmare scenario for manic and lovers of beautiful materials. And in this case, each has their own advice, not always wise. So to avoid aggravating your case (or more precisely that of your dress, sofa, carpet …), keep in mind these good green behavior to remove a wine stain.
Remove a wine stain on a synthetic textile
First reflex: one sponge the stain with paper towels, making sure not to spread it. Next, several solutions available to you, provided you always use cold water: You have no stain remover on hand? Soak sponge with water and soap or failing detergent. Alternatively, boil the milk and dip your cloth in it. The milk will turn red, nothing more normal. Let your stain soak in milk for 15 to 30 minutes, then rinse and switch machine. If you are addicted to Grandma’s tips, you necessarily have baking soda. Prepare a paste by adding a few drops of lemon. Leave for a few minutes to 1 hour (depending on the inlay of the stain), scrub and rinse. You have white wine (cheap)? Pour in your red wine stain and presto, it will disappear like magic. Then rinse and switch machine. One method used especially in restaurants for off white napkins and tablecloths. For more resistant port wine stains, Draw your white vinegar mixed with water. Soak a sponge, scrub and rinse. Finally, if you have the land of Sommieres, a natural stain remover, sprinkle on the stain. Once dry, brush and rinse with a clean, damp sponge.
Remove a wine stain on cotton, denim or linen
First absorb stain, then rub with a dry soap and switch machine. The method of white wine is as effective for cotton, especially if it is white.
Remove a wine stain on velvet or wool
Sprinkle your stained fabric Earth Sommieres or failing flour. Once everything is dry, it only remains to brush and vacuum. If necessary, rinse the fabric. The technique white wine also works on velvet. For wool, use milk. Let it boil, then leave to cool a little, before dipping your sweater or wool rug. If there is a small spot, pat the area with a sponge soaked in milk. Leave on for 15 to 30 minutes, then rinse and go machine
Remove a wine stain on satin or silk
These textiles are delicate, use as a stain sparkling water, having mopped up the stain, of course.
Remove a wine stain on leather
As with other tissues, first absorb the stain with paper towels, then clean with a moistened cotton cleansing milk by adding a few drops of lemon juice. Make delicate circular movements. Attention first do a test on a small area and with a cotton swab, for example. Variation: Replace the lemon juice with vinegar.
Remove a wine stain on the leather look
After absorbing the stain, clean with soap and water or cleansing milk. If you have earth clay, you can also use it on the imitation leather.
Remove a stain on cloth microfiber
After absorbing the stain, wipe with a sponge soaked in white vinegar or soap and water. Leave for a few minutes, rinse, dry and brush to restore the tissue to its original appearance.