Asked on Sep 20, 2017

How to remove red wine stain on khaki pants?

ShelleyDebby WeismanSusan K Mullins
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  • Ellis
    Ellis
    on Sep 20, 2017

    I've had fairly good luck on stains with Persil detergent.
  • Fix It Jen
    Fix It Jen
    on Sep 20, 2017

    Try white wine! If that doesn't work, oxi-clean. Good luck!
  • Amanda
    Amanda
    on Sep 20, 2017

    Hydrogen peroxide and dish soap!! Good luck!
  • Susan K Mullins
    Susan K Mullins
    on Sep 20, 2017

    Just saw this on Kathy Lee and Honda....pour salt on stain, let sit about five minutes, rinse, repeat if needed. I can't say if this process works.
  • Debby Weisman
    Debby Weisman
    on Sep 20, 2017

    I purchased White Rain green with just moisturizing shampoo at the dollar store and with some salt and shampoo with water and maybe some hydrogen peroxide I have gotten out all sorts of stains including the red collar sweat stains that never come out, even old stains that I've tried everything. Just had a greasy pan that dish soap wouldn't touch so the shampoo because of all the surfactants just is great floors walls whatever, even the shower glass door just gets so clean and mirrors without leaving streaks when rinsed.
    • Debby Weisman
      Debby Weisman
      on Sep 20, 2017

      I own Dawn, Shout, Oxy, and have used them all but the White Rain even on stained pillow cases soaking in the sink never removes the color but it is only this very inexpensive green shampoo that only has moisture that really works. Hubby's new shoes left black marks all over my light tile and this drip on a wet paper towel and all 20 marks were gone as was the coffee stain on my wall. It's so cheap and has so many sulphates not good for the hair but amazing even on old stains. I love silver jewelry and all my shiny taps with this just sparkle as does my wedding ring. Not bad for $.99
  • Shelley
    Shelley
    on Sep 21, 2017

    I use sparkling water and then wash as usual but don't dry in dryer you may have to repeat and the dryer will set the stain.
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