Wine or liquor stains may be difficult to remove, but with a bit of care and the right products, the problem is already resolved!
You can pretreat a wine or liquor stain by spraying it with a small amount of Chanteclair Scioglimacchia Stain Remover and then use Chanteclair Lavender Scented Detergent when you machine wash. Discover all our tips for treating stains on fabrics and surfaces.
Parties and special occasions can be fun, but can also lead to unwanted stains, such as alcohol stains. Whether it’s a simple spilled drink or a cocktail slipping over the edge of a glass, alcohol stains can be annoying to deal with.
Alcohol can vary widely from alcoholic beverages to herbal spirits, but one thing is sure: a stain can ruin the appearance of surfaces, from clothes to rugs, and more. Fortunately, with the right tips and products, it’s possible to tackle these stains effectively, restoring the cleanliness and beauty of surfaces. Read on to find out how to get rid of alcohol stains and quickly go back to enjoying the occasion without a worry.
Wine stains on clothes and fabrics in general may seem like a difficult challenge, but with the right techniques and products, they can be removed completely!
There are several effective strategies to deal with wine stains, using both home-made methods and specialist products. Using salt, baking soda or fizzy water to gently dab the stain can be useful for treating before washing.
Detergents with active enzymes and safe solvents can then act deep down to remove stains from all types of fabrics.
A glass of red wine spilled during lunch or dinner is no longer a problem!
You’ll have to act quickly and follow the instructions carefully to achieve optimal results and keep fabrics in perfect condition. Let’s get started with our tips for removing red wine stains.