Info: 120 ml (4oz), Professional Grade
They say it's not a real party until somebody spills something, but it's no party trying to clean red wine stains. Fortunately, there's a professional grade product available now which can save your (or your host's) dining cloths, carpets, flooring, furniture, or clothing from being permanently ruined by that mishap. Although it works best right away before it sets in, it can also go a long way in removing older stains, and not just from wine, but also from berry juice, makeup, and more. Unlike many stain removers, it does not contain peroxide, chlorine bleach, or phosphates, and you don't even have to wear gloves using it -- it's safe on the hands. In fact, this 100% biodegradable surfactant formula was originally developed to work on the hands of lab technicians or doctors who accidentally stain their hands with dyes while preparing slides to view under the microscope; it breaks down the pigments at a cellular level to lift and remove the stains without harming the underlying tissue or fabric it's on. (It's those colors you need to worry about: make sure any colored materials you might want to clean with it are colorsafe.)
1) Blot and Prepare the Stained Area: remove the excess wine with a paper towel or sponge, and if it is a washable material (if not, stop here), then slightly dampen the area with cold water, for best performance.
2) Check that the fabric or surface to be cleaned is colorsafe. It likely is NOT colorsafe (its colors will likely run) if it has laundry tags saying things like, "Wash separately," "wash in cold water," "hand wash," "do not use detergent" or "turn inside out to launder." Or test an inconspicuous area of the material such as a hidden hem by giving it a few sprays of Château Spill, leaving that on for 2-3 minutes, and then blotting with a white paper towel, to see if its colors change, run, or come off; if so, don't proceed.
3) Spray a small amount of Chateau Spill onto the stained area to begin with, and blot it up. Repeat / add more, if necessary. Launder the item as usual to remove any traces of soapy residue, if possible, or use a sponge and clean water to rinse the treated area.
Warnings:Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if swallowed. Causes eye irritation; rinse eyes cautiously with water for several minutes if you accidentally spray any in (or if you rubbed your eyes before washing your hands after cleaning with it). If eye irritation persists, seek medical advice.