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MyThings Angel - Lori - tests with her favorite dress - whether red wine stains can be removed by pouring white wine.
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How to get rid of red wine stains from clothes
Testing tips and tricks with the My Things Angels
Today’s mission for the angels
Test this tip
You can get rid of red wine stains on clothes if you pour white wine on it.
Female1: Hello Lorie, what a nice dress you have got.
Female2: Thanks. I thought we were dressing up for brunch today
Female1: No, what I really want to do is ----(demonstration) Oh no! Lorie, wait! I know what to do !
Female 2: I hope so.
Female1: Okay first, what we have to do is to blot the stain, I am sorry, please forgive me. And then, what we do is ----- (demonstration)
Let the dress air dry for 30 minutes after applying white wine.
Female2: Here we are. I am back. As you can see, the red wine is pretty much removed from the top portion of my favorite dress. There is a little bit still right here, but there is where Dina did not dab. She did get up here just fine, but she did not dab right there. And otherwise, everything else has gone up, so if you do spill red wine on your favorite purple taffeta party dress, do not put it in the washing machine. Get some white wine, dab it and let it dry.
You can get rid of red wine stains on your clothes if you pour white wine on it.