Tuesday, November 15, 2011

How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Wall

Everybody has had a dinner party in their house celebrating something or just having a little party in the house. Everything goes well when the people start getting a little drunk. For example you raise a toast and when the glasses collide there is always a little spill somewhere. Usually the beverages that people like to drink on these dinner parties are beer , wine or sometimes vodka but in general wine is the best drink for the occasion.

Imagine the situation you are going for the toast with your high glass when the glasses collide and a little of the wine gets spilled around and it winds on the walls, most of the cases you don't realise that there is a stain because you are carried away from your work but eventually you will spot the mark on the wall. Don't despair there is a way to remove it. There are some cleaners SW19 who remove red wine but it also matters if the stain has dried up or not.

Here are some helpful tips that will guide you through the process. If the stain is still wet you don't need any sophisticated cleaners SW19, you can simply blot of the wine with a damp cloth. Usually the stain comes out since it doesn't have time to settle and to make a permanent stain. Never forget that if you scrub you can help the wine sink in the wall or worse you may damage the paint, it is never good to scrub. If the wine stain has dried up you have to use different approach. You will need a cleaning solution mixture of dish wash detergent mixed with hydrogen peroxide. Leave the mixture for a couple of minutes and then repeat the same procedure as the one when the stain is wet. After that simply dry it off with a clean towel.

This method is not bound to work every time but it will certainly help you a lot especially if you are red wine fan.


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