Red wine contains resveratrol which protects your heart and arteries against the effects of saturated fat in your diet, so drinking one or two glasses of red wine a day can help protect your heart and prevent cardiovascular disease.
In addition to resveratrol, red wine contains a number of other antioxidants, which can slow the signs of aging and prevent a number of degenerative illnesses like type 2 diabetes. Drinking red wine each day can also help protect you from many of the diseases of the elderly, such as osteoporosis.
In spite of advantages mentioned above, there’s one occasion will completely ruin a relaxed atmosphere-sneaky drop landing on your favorite dress.Let CLEACE shows you how to get rid of wine stains properly. Whether it’s a dark spot of red or a dribble of stray white or rosé, wine stains are tough, but not impossible to remove. Your clothes and table linens can be good as new again with these simple wine remover steps from cleace.
If a glass of merlot tips onto your shirt, you might not be able to whip it off right away (it could be embarrassing!) – but try to follow these steps as best as you can, given your situation. Act quickly – a fresh wine stain is always easier to treat than an old one. And, remember to consult the care labels on your garment before treating the stain. More delicate fabrics, such as silk or leather, may need to be taken to your dry cleaner.
Pour club soda or cold water onto the wine stains. Blot with an absorbent cloth.
Pour CLEACE washing powder or detergent onto the stain, and either rub the fabric together gently or use a soft-bristled toothbrush to work the detergent into the fibers of the garment. Let it stand for several minutes before rinsing again with cold water.
Use the cap to ensure you use the right amount of detergent, and pour it into the detergent dispenser if you have an HE machine, or directly into the drum before loading the clothes if you have a non-HE machine.
Wash on the usual cycle with CLEACE, on warm. Always be sure to follow the instructions on your garment’s care label.
When the wash cycle is complete, unload the garments immediately.
If the stain persists after washing, repeat the previous steps before tossing in the dryer, as drying will set the stains.These five simple steps for removing red wine stains should be easy enough to follow, regardless of where you might find yourself.