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How to Use Red Wine Spot Remover

  1. Blot Up ASAP - Blot up as much of the red wine spill as you can and as quickly as you can. Do this before the natural dyes and acids work their way into the carpet fibers.
  2. Test Solution - Test our Red Wine Remover on a small inconspicuous area for colorfastness. Colorfastness is the ability of fabric like carpet to keep the same color without fading or running even if washed or cleaned. Not all carpets are the same so it's important to test before use.
  3. Spray Solution & Blot - Once carpet is safe, spray the professional-grade remover directly onto the affected area. Then, blot using a clean white towel to work the solution into the spot.
  4. Let it Sit Then Rinse - Next, let it sit for around 5 to 10 minutes. Once the dwell time is up, rinse the area with cold water.
  5. Blot Up & Repeat - Now, blot up excess liquid with a fresh, white towel. Using a white towel allows you to see how much of the red wine is being removed. You may need several towels for this. Repeat this process until no more color is transferring onto the towel. Any remaining color will likely lighten as carpet dries. If color remains after carpet dries, then try the process again.
Before and after of clean carpet after using Red Wine Remover
 

Why Our Red Wine Spot Remover Works

Our Red Wine Spot Remover is effective at treating red wine spills as well as other tannin spots like tea or coffee. This solution uses a safe amount of Hydrogen Peroxide which enables it to safely remove from carpet and upholstery.

Is the problem still persisting on your carpet? It may be time to go with the pros. Call 1-800-STEEMER or instantly schedule online for your professional cleaning services.

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