Video Nothing stops a party in its tracks like spilling a glass of red wine on white clothing. Everyone clamours for their go-to method of cleaning the stain before it sets. Shaving cream! Salt! Incantations! But do any of them actually work? Today we test a few commonly suggested methods for cleaning red wine. To clean our white shirts of a freshly spilled stain, we tried shaving cream, sparkling water and salt, boiling hot water and white wine. Is more wine really the solution? Yes, but not for cleaning stains.
What's The Best Way To Clean A Red Wine Stain?
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