Stains on fabrics – Wine
Wine. The fabric stained with wine is moistened with ammonia with the addition of alcohol, then washed thoroughly with water. Fresh wine stains dissolve immediately after this treatment. Dried stains should be bleached with diluted hydrogen peroxide and a small amount of ammonia. Potassium hypochlorite solution or bleach can be used for white linen fabrics. On woolen fabrics, wine-stained spots are moistened with alcohol, however, the effects of alcohol must first be tested on an invisible part of clothing. Alcohol can be used in the case of acetate or polyvinyl chloride products, but extreme care must be taken when removing stains.