Wine stains are notoriously challenging to remove, especially when the wine is of the red variety. Thankfully, wine stains affecting cotton-based fabrics are generally easier to treat than those affecting other types of fabric. Made from cotton, canvas will respond favourably to stain-removing efforts, as long as you use the appropriate supplies and methods.
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Things you need
- Dish soap
- Hydrogen peroxide
Place a dry towel underneath the stained canvas to absorb the wine as you clean.
Combine 1 tsp dish soap with 1 tsp hydrogen peroxide.
Moisten a sponge with the soap mixture and gently apply to the stained canvas by dabbing the fabric. Let it set for one minute.
Blot the wine with a clean sponge until you effectively remove the stain.
Launder the canvas in cool water.
Tips and warnings
- Attempt stain removal as quickly as possible. Stains are easier to lift while wet.
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