You will need
  • water;
  • - a towel
  • - vinegar;
  • - sponge;
  • - a means for washing dishes;
  • - hydrogen peroxide.
The longer the stain from the wine is on the fabric, the harder it will be to remove. If you are not able to remove the stain immediately, at least rinse the stain as possible with large amounts of cold water. Use water spray or substitute a contaminated site under the faucet. This will prevent drying and penetration of the wine into the fabric structure.
Acetic acid is capable of dissolving the stain from the wine. Use a sponge dipped in water dissolved in vinegar (in a ratio of one part vinegar to two parts water). If measures are taken immediately, vinegar will remove the stain completely.
Blot the stain from the wine sponge soaked with dishwashing detergent, then using towels soaked in hydrogen peroxide, remove the fabric with soap fluid. Rinse off with water.
Mix 1 tsp liquid soap 1 tsp. of hydrogen peroxide. Soak the sponge in soapy water and gently RUB the wine stain, cover this place with a piece of cloth soaked in the solution for exactly 1 minute. Then RUB the stain with a clean sponge until it is completely gone. Rinse with cool water.