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How To Remove White Wine Stain From Your Rug

When it comes to champagne or white wine stain, it can pretty much happen at any event such as birthdays, weddings, parties. 

That’s why it is one of the most common stains that you will need to know how to remove and the steps that are involved. 

Below we have outlined the most beneficial way to get rid of champagne or white wine stain and getting your rug looking brand new again! 

Also, in any other beverage accident, make sure to get help from these stain removal guides, such as Red wineBeerMilkTea, and Coffee

“Avoid lifting your rug if you cannot treat the white wine stain right away”

Things You’ll Need

Vinegar  │  Warm Water   │   Terry Cloth  │  Mild dish detergent | Spray bottle

Note: The solution we are going to introduce in the following is very helpful by removing the stains, but it might slightly damage some old antique rugs. So to avoid harming your precious rug and get the best result of stain removal, please get in touch with our rug cleaning experts before anything. We’ll always warmly welcome your questions via phone calls, emails, and Facebook messages.

  1. Use a homemade solution

    Mix 1/4 cup of vinegar with water in a spray bottle. Then, add 1 teaspoon of dishwashing detergent. When a white wine spill happens, smear immediately with a clean cloth or paper towel. 

  2. Flood the stained area

    The next step is to flood the white wine stain with water by rinsing the affected area with water. This will begin to dilute the sugars in the wine that can cause the fibers in your rug to attract more dirt and grime. 

  3. Blot the stained area

    Blot the area with your white cloth or paper towel until there is no more moisture present in the rug’s fibers. 

  4. Dry the rug

    Allow the rug to dry and make sure to keep it away from direct heat. Also, avoid lifting the rug if you can’t treat the white wine stain right away.

There you go! Now that you’ve successfully cleaned off white wine from your rug, prepare yourself for other rug stains by reading our comprehensive Stain Removal Guide.

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