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How to Clean Red Wine Stains out Carpet using White Wine

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Okay so here's the deal, you've moved into the new place and it's your house warming. The carpets are white as snow but you know they're in for a hammering right? Correct!

So if its red wine that Lucy from accounts ( why is she even invited you think ) spills all over the front of the couch and on the carpet, and you don't want to want to spend time on all fours with the rubber gloves and cleaning chemicals there is one thing to do.

Find the closest glass of white wine and pour it over the red wine stains. The white wine dilutes the red pigment lessening the damage. grab an absorbent towel and cover the area, keep an eye on it, make sure the towel is drawing up liquid.

The stain wont disappear but the morning after clean up wont be as tough, especially with that headache you have.

When it comes to the clean up, use white wine vinegar and water. Soak the stains in white wine vinegar and blot. Then add water and blot. You really need to soak and blot as much out as possible.

If the carpets are wool, then you may have a problem and professional carpet cleaners may need to be called.

Firstly wool is not a fan of liquid colour, the colours are deeply absorbed. And of course heavily wetting the area could cause shrinkage or even browning, which is a brown stain caused by the under layer of jute in some carpets running their fibre colour due to getting soaked.

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Warren is a carpet cleaner in London by profession, he writes in his spare time



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