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Fashion accidents happen to the vast of us, especially when we’re supporting our favoring clothing, but a spill of a glass of wine doesn’t make for ruin top, all you need to do is act quickly with an appropriate attack plan.
Hi I’m Veronica of watchmojo.com and today we’re going to show you some quick fixes for wine spills for whenever you’re away from home. Red wine is the type of stain that needs to be taken care right away. The key to removing the stain efficiently is to act as fast as possible. Here is one way to attack that stain, ask for some salt and sprinkle it over the stain. After a few minutes, remove the salt and blot with a damp cloth until the stain is removed. Course salt like kosher salt works best.
And here is another attack plan. If you can't seem to find any course salt, don’t fret because just a little bit of club soda will do the trick. If possible, ask your host or waiter for some club soda and blot the stain with a napkin, then pour club soda over the stain letting it bubble up. Pour generous amounts until the wine balances out of the fabric. The one thing you must keep in mind is that until you have completely removed the stain, you must avoid applying any form of heat, whether this is from the dryer or the iron, this will only lock in the stain. No matter what method you chose to use to attack the stain, once you’re back home wash is recommended to finish removing the stain. Now that you know there is a way to remove any spills, you can enjoy a glass of red wine no matter where you are or what you’re wearing.