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When it comes to living in a small NYC apartment, spills are pretty inevitable, thanks to the close quarters. My coffee table is particularly small, my couch is really a love seat, and things can get pretty tight when my friends come over. So I’m no stranger to an errant red wine spill.
And while that normally would cause me to start panicking internally, ever since I got a bottle of Chateau Spill Red Wine Stain Remover, it barely phases me.
In my opinion, this $8 liquid stain remover might as well be liquid gold for how well it works. The biodegradable formula is free of peroxide, chlorine and parabens, and yet it immediately cleans up red, white and rosé wine stains from all sorts of fabrics.
You can use Chateau Spill Red Wine Stain Remover on both fresh stains and older, set-in messes. But, of course, the sooner you use it, the better. And this remover works on carpets, clothes, linens and upholstery, so you don’t need to freak out when a glass tips over.
To use this little wonder, simply clean the excess liquid up with a rag or paper towel, spray the remover all over the stain, rub it in slightly, wait a moment and then blot it away until it’s gone. If the stain is on a piece of clothing, after you do the initial stain-removing process, you can then toss the garment into your washing machine as normal.
I have used this Chateau Spill Red Wine Stain Remover on all types of wine and have been blown away after each use at how well it works. I’ve even used it to get soy sauce out of pale pink velvet! And I’m not the only fan — more than 1,400 Amazon reviewers have given it five stars.
Snag this game changer for just $8 now and invite your friends over for a stress-free wine night.
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