Red wine, a fermented alcoholic beverage made from red and purple grape juice, can stain almost anything it comes in contact with that has a porous surface, including your clothing, furniture, carpets, and hardwood floors.
How do you get red wine stains out of a table?
Red wine stains, dish soap, and hydrogen peroxide
The experts at La Crema recommend mixing one part dishwashing liquid and three parts hydrogen peroxide. Apply it to the stain with a sponge or cloth, then let it sit 20 minutes to an hour. Blot clean and repeat if necessary.
How do you get red wine stains out of a teak table?
Most stains on teak can be washed or wiped off with a mild soap and water solution. Stains from fat or red wine, or colorful children’s juice drinks may take more effort. For such stubborn stains use a weak solution of bleach and water combined with dishwashing detergent.
How do you get wine out of butcher block?
For tougher or darker stains, like red wine, I found that applying a hydrogen peroxide solution (1 tablespoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide per one cup of water) with a cotton swab or cloth worked best. This solution did the trick on challenging red wine stains and also eliminated most of the lighter stains.