How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Carpets and Furniture

Removing Red Wine Stains from Carpets

Red wine stains are a common problem faced by homeowners, especially on carpets and furniture. If you’re dealing with a red wine stain, it’s essential to act quickly, as the longer the stain sits, the harder it is to remove. In this article, we’ll share some professional techniques for removing red wine stains from carpets and furniture. If you need a professional carpet stain removal Auckland company, then check us out we do a great job.

Frequently Asked Questions

Baking soda is a neutraliser and in powder form an absorbent product. When applied to a spill on carpet, Baking soda can help neutralise strong acids and alkaline and will absorb moisture to prevent more staining of the carpets. Baking Soda may not remove stains very well but is an excellent and safe product to apply to a spill immediately. Including pet and human vomit, urine, coffee and tea spills, red wine, battery acid etc.

Bleaches and Pet urine can remove colour from the carpets dyes, when this occurs it is not referred to as a stain, rather colour loss or discolouration. These can not be removed with stain treatment, but may be resolved with other methods such as dying or patching. Most permanent stains can be removed or reduced even on wool carpets.  Damage such as acid from batteries and burns may need to be cut out and replaced. EcoSan can reduce many permanent stains, such as cordial dyes, coffee and tea tannin, red wine, ball point ink, shoe polish and spices.

General bookings for stain removal is between $215.00 & $300.00. A lot of stains will not become more difficult to remove if not treated early but others especially on Wool carpets may need treatment ASAP. Contact EcoSan for advice if you spill something or have an accident. See more carpet cleaning prices here

Many types of stains can be removed or reduced from carpets, including Cordial/Soft drink dyes, Coffee, Tea, Make up, Nail Polish, Candle wax, Blood, general discolouration. * The ability for Ecosan to remove stains can be influenced by previous client or professional attempts at removal. Contact Ecosan for advice if you have an accident or spill.

Blot the Stain and Avoid Rubbing

To remove red wine stains from carpets, start by blotting up as much of the wine as possible using a clean cloth or paper towel. Avoid rubbing the stain, as this can spread it further into the carpet fibers. Do not add water, white wine, or soda to dilute the stain. Next, try to remove any remaining wine by placing a towel over the spill and placing something heavy on top to try to remove as much of the red wine as possible.Sometimes adding salt or baking soda is recommended after blotting.

Call in a Professional Carpet Cleaning Service

If the stain persists, it’s time to call in a professional carpet cleaning service like EcoSan. They are experts in removing red wine stains and use powerful cleaning solutions and equipment that can effectively restore your carpets to their original condition. They will pre-treat the stain with a specialised cleaning solution designed for red wine stains and then use a hot water extraction method to thoroughly clean the carpet fibers and remove any remaining traces of the stain.

Removing Red Wine Stains from Furniture

When it comes to removing red wine stains from furniture, the process is similar to that of carpets. Start by blotting up as much of the wine as possible with a clean cloth or paper towel. Next, try to remove any remaining wine by placing a towel over the spill and placing something heavy on top to try to remove as much of the red wine as possible. Do not attempt to add water, soda, or white wine as often recommended.

Call in a Professional Upholstery Cleaning Service

If the stain persists, it’s best to call in a professional upholstery cleaning service like EcoSan. They are experts in removing red wine stains from furniture and use powerful cleaning solutions and equipment that can effectively restore your furniture to its original condition. They will pre-treat the stain with a specialized cleaning solution designed for red wine stains and then use a hot water extraction method to thoroughly clean the fabric and remove any remaining traces of the stain.

In summary, red wine stains on carpets and furniture can be frustrating, but professional stain removal techniques can effectively remove them. Remember to act quickly, avoid using cleaning products or scrubbing too vigorously, and call in a professional cleaning service like EcoSan for the best results.

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