It’s easy to spill a glass of red wine, a little stumble or tripping over a household pet, and before you know it, it has covered the carpet.
My immediate reaction always used to be panic, especially since I have always had white carpets in the living room. There is nothing worse than a huge splodge of red soaking into it.
You can even try bleaching (although this should be tested first and could cause damage to your floors if not carried out correctly). Below we have come up with every possible solution to remove red wine from carpets.
Stain removal is never easy, and looking for the best carpet stain remover is just as difficult. There are so many different methods you can use, each of which have merit and work better for some than others.
Regardless of the route you want to take to get the red wine out of your floors, you are sure to find a solution here that speaks to you and gives you the desired results.
Just always remember that when it comes to white carpets you should act immediately to get the best cleaning results.
I find this article important because it can be really difficult to find an effective method of removing stains, and so having them all in one place is incredibly helpful.
No matter which route you take, always remember these two key pieces of information – always test a section of carpet first, and never rub the solution in, always dab it.
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Last Updated on January 17, 2022 by Gemma Tyler
Gemma Tyler is a freelance journalist with 15 years of experience writing for consumer publications. She has tested and reviewed a wide range of household items from vacuum cleaners to washing machines and dehumidifiers to steam irons. Her attention to detail and exhaustive testing certainly makes her an expert in her field.