A good belly laugh, celebratory high-five, or even a big gust of wind can send a perfectly good glass of red wine quickly to its demise.
Ouch! Right onto your outdoor couch. Don’t panic, the good times and red wine don’t have to stop here. We’re going to tell you the best way to remove red wine stains from your couch cushions!
Treating a Red Wine Stain
After purchasing new furniture, are you hesitant to invite your red wine-loving friends over? Totally understandable, furniture can be expensive! But it’s meant to be lived on, which is why we have created some of the best performance fabrics on the market. Summer Classics outdoor furniture has its own line of Sunbrella fabrics that are red wine approved! We don’t suggest letting them sit for too long though. As with any fabric, red wine will stain fibers the longer they are left untreated. Also, allowing heat to apply to the stain could expedite this process. So, it’s best to act calmly, yet quickly when removing red wine stains from any surface.
How to Remove Red Wine Stain from Couch Cushions
Getting rid of red wine stains does not have to be stressful. With a simple DIY solution, you can mix these household products at the time of the accident, or prepare in ahead of time to use immediately after a red wine spill occurs.
What You’ll Need:
- Dishwashing detergent
- 2 Spray bottles
- Soft brush
- Soft clean towel
Steps to Removing Red Wine Stains from Outdoor Couch Cushions
- Spray cushion with clean water
- Spray with a mixture of dishwashing detergent and water
- Gently brush the stain with a soft brush to agitate the stain
- Spray with clean water to rinse
- Blot with a clean towel
- Set out to air dry until cushion is completely dry
- Repeat as necessary
To learn more about treating your outdoor cushions, check out our blog on cleaning your outdoor cushions from mold and mildew!