As a girl that has committed many party fails...I’m know for being clumsy...I have learned to get stains out of EVERYTHING. I used to carry with me a mini-oxiclean stain remover. Which is the best thing on earth people, It really does the trick. I’ve used this nifty little miracle bottle a few times on sofas, rugs and clothing.
My latest and greatest fail happen recently. My Mother and I have been on a mini Momma Bear and Baby Bear trip for a wedding. We were in our hotel room when the fail occurred. My Mother was asleep and I was drinking a glass of Côte du Rhône, watching a movie. My phone started to buzz and I awkwardly reached for it...This is where my glass of red wine went all over the hotel sheets. “Oh $h!t! My wine!” My Mom woke up and then went back to sleep. I handled the situation as best I could, I didn’t want to disturb my Mother. Cut to the next day. My Mother asked me where did I spilled the wine?...”Wait I don’t even want to know. Go down and tell the hotel staff what happened.” So I did...And I remembered, “I can get stains out of anything!” I drove to CVS and picked up a bottle of OxyClean stain remover. I came back to the hotel room and told my Momma Bear the plan. She looked at me like I had five heads and said “Ok, lets try it.” Away I went and magically the stains were removed. My Mother and I were cracking jokes the whole time...So far this has been the highlight of our trip: Us trying to get my wine stains out of the sheets. While I was at the sink scrubbing, I spoke in my Naughty-Dotty voice, “My Mother loves it when I’m naughty.” She laughed, “I really did!” My Mother nicknamed me Naughty-Dotty when I was very young because I was constantly getting into mischief. She couldn’t help but laugh at some of the things I managed to do...”Naughty-Dotty what are you doing?” “Nothing...” I would say with a squeaky cartoon style voice. I’m getting off topic...Here is how you can get Red Wine out of anything and everything.
Step 1: Purchase Oxi-Clean
Step 2: Spray Oxi-Clean on stain. Depending on the stain, use cation. If on a carpet, sofa or mattress use it sparely since you will not be able to wash it out in a machine. If on a clothing you are still wearing, use it sparely.
Step 3: Work the liquid into the stain with your fingers, sometimes using your nails to work out the stain.
Step 4: Once the stain has been scrubbed, wash. If the stain is on something you can not wash, blot the stain first with a dry towel and if the stain is not removed start with Step 2 again. Once the stain is removed blot with a damp towel and finish with a dry town to pick up the excess water.
Step 5: Slightly marvel at how clever you are and Verbally apologize to the person whom you have spilled the Red Wine all over.