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It’s party season! How to remove wine stains naturally

It’s party season! How to remove wine stains naturally

Stain Solution

The party season is in full swing, and there's no better time to revel in the joy of festivities with a glass of your favourite wine. However, the occasional spill is almost inevitable, leaving behind stubborn wine stains. Fret not! In this blog, I explore natural and effective ways to bid farewell to those pesky stains.

Swift Action is Key:

  • The first rule of wine stain removal is to act swiftly. The longer a stain sits, the harder it becomes to eliminate. As soon as the wine meets the fabric, it's time to spring into action.

Blot, Don't Rub:

  • Avoid the instinct to rub the stain aggressively, as this can spread it further. Instead, gently blot the stain with a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb excess wine.

Alternative Bleach

Salt or Baking Soda Absorption:

  • Sprinkle a generous amount of salt or baking soda over the stain. These common kitchen staples work wonders in absorbing liquid. Allow them to sit for a few minutes before brushing or vacuuming away.

Use a natural Stain Solution:

When it comes to natural and eco-friendly stain removal, using a natural Stain Solution made from carefully selected plant-based ingredients, offers a powerful and sustainable solution to tackle even the toughest stains. To use: wet the affected area and roll a small amount of the solution onto the stain, work it in gently and follow my machine washing or wash by hand.

How to use alternative bleach to remove wine stains:

  • Blot the wine stain with a clean cloth to absorb as much liquid as possible.

  • Mix equal parts Alternative Bleach and water.

  • Apply the mixture to the stain and let it sit for a few minutes.

  • Blot the area with a clean cloth to lift the stain.

  • Gently rub it onto the stain, and then rinse.

  • These are both formulated to be gentle on fabrics while being tough on stains. Say goodbye to harsh chemicals and hello to a natural solution that cares for your clothes and the environment.

Alternative Bleach

As you navigate through the party season, let the spills be a momentary hiccup rather than a cause for concern. With natural stain removal techniques, you can keep your fabrics pristine while making a conscious choice for the environment.

As always, please do let me know if you have any questions and I will do my best to help.

Talk soon,

B x

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