Robin Garr wrote: Q: How do you get red wine out of a light colored rug?
A: White wine! Pour white wine on it, then pat it up gently with paper towels.
It's not a bad idea to follow up with a commercial carpet cleaner or stain remover to wipe out the last vestiges...
Max Hauser wrote:Final step quoted above is more than a good idea, it's essential, and you can even profitably skip the white wine.
Tom Troiano wrote:FWIW, I think this is one of the biggest wine related urban legends that exists. I'm not sure you want to spread that note too widely.
Robin Garr wrote:Tom Troiano wrote:FWIW, I think this is one of the biggest wine related urban legends that exists. I'm not sure you want to spread that note too widely.
Well, it only went out to 50,000 readers today, Tom ... but fortunately, I've tried it myself, and while I may not be the world's greatest housekeeper I'm not spreading urban legends that I haven't tried.
ChefJCarey wrote:I've spilled a lot of red wine in my day (actually mostly at night) and I just dump a cup of salt on it and let it sit for a while. Vacuum.
(Is Oxyclean that stuff that is sold by that asshole who screams at people from the television set? I wouldn't buy anything he hawked).
David Creighton wrote:i use that stuff called Wine Away i believe. it really works - even on blueberry stains.