Help me guys? What do you know about removing a stain like this
Here are some easy solutions
My first instinct would be to try a magic eraser and vinegar. After that a paste of baking soda and vinegar left on it for a day or two might help as well.
Thank you I’ll try this
Step 1: Combine 2 tablespoons of baking soda with 1 teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide in a small bowl. Mix to form a paste. Step 2: Cover the stain with a thick layer of the paste and then cover with plastic wrap. Let sit for 24 hours.
Hi Sean, this is Peggy. Not sure what kind of counter top you have, so I am sending you two different ways to clean your red wine stain. During these trying times, please do not spill wine (kidding). Stay well.Follow these steps to remove rose and red wine stains from Alabaster and Marble:
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Follow these steps to remove rose and red wine stains from Alabaster and Marble:
Sean: here's a great hack from Sears!
WD-40 removes wine stains.
My friend uses OxiClean on her countertops to remove stains and swears by it.
Lemon Essential. Let sit and then use magic eraser. I had to do a couple of times.
leave some of toothpaste on your counter over night on a small spot to make sure all is gone