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How to Remove Red Wine Stains

Whether you're enjoying a nice dinner out or relaxing with a glass of red wine at home, wine spills can happen in an instant. But don’t panic – removing red wine stains from your favorite outfit is achievable in a few simple steps.

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How to Remove Blood Stains

The secret to removing blood stains – cold water. Warm water or heat can cause blood stains to set into fabrics. Learn more about how to get blood out of clothes with our helpful guide.

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How to Remove Ink Stains

If you get an ink stain on your favorite pants, don’t write them off just yet. Removing ink stains from clothes is more doable than you might think.

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How to Remove Coffee Stains

Knock over a cup of coffee on your work clothes? No worries! Removing coffee stains can be as easy as brewing a fresh cup of joe.

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How to Remove Chocolate Stains

When you get chocolate frosting on your favorite shirt, don’t let the spill take away from enjoying your dessert. We'll show you how removing chocolate stains can be a piece of cake!

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How to Remove Grass Stains

Outdoor sports and activities are bound to result in some grass stains. While these green stubborn stains can be tricky to get out of clothes, our grass stain removal tips will help you succeed.

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HOW TO GET OIL STAINS OUT OF CLOTHES

Count on these quick steps to help you tackle oil stains in cotton, synthetics, wool and delicates.

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HOW TO REMOVE GREASE STAINS FROM CLOTHES

Follow these step-by-step treatments to help you tackle grease stains based on fabric type.

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