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Remove red wine stain from laminate

Related stains: Red Wine, White Wine, Wine Stain, Wine, Rose, Champagne, Asti Spumante, Asti

Solution for your Red wine stain

You would like a solution for your red wine stain or perhaps you have one of the related stains: red wine, white wine, wine stain, wine, rose, champagne, asti spumante, asti. Your laminate floor must of course look spotless again soon! Don't panic, our solutions will assist you and ensure that you will get your laminate floor in top condition again; and keep it that way.

What is very important: do not use home-garden-and-kitchen remedies on your laminate floor! These have not been tested and are certainly not specially formulated for your laminate floor. Did you know that many manufacturers actively recommend the use of James products on their materials? In collaboration with those manufacturers, we test their material in our laboratory in order to offer you the best possible solution. Quickly find out the best solution for your Red Wine, White Wine, Wine Stain, Wine, Rose, Champagne, Asti Spumante, Asti stains and which product you might need for that!

Solution for your red wine stain on laminate

A red wine stain is in many cases easy to remove. Also similar stains, like from white wine, rosé and champagne, are usually properly to remove. In fact, the age of the stain makes no difference for the products of James. Even to remove an old red wine stain is no problem, as long as you meanwhile didn’t use any other (wrong) products and methods. That means that in case of a two year old red wine stain there’s still very much a chance to remove it successfully and without difficulty with the help of James Stain Wonder (the product does the job).

The well-known “tips from grandma” however are most dangerous. For example, it is important that you never use salt nor white wine on a red wine stain. These methods never guarantee to be satisfactory, but may permanently damage your carpet or upholstery. Salt fixes namely colors, you run the risk that the red wine color is fixed, and then no longer can be removed. The result is often an even darker red stain. White wine contains sugars which cause faster re-soiling. Sugars are sticky residues (like e.g. soap, which you should also never use). These residues will over time sooner attract dirt and cause black stains. For more information about red wine stains please read our blog post “the notorious red wine stain”.

Follow our instructions to remove safely and effectively among others red wine stains from your carpet or upholstery. Use the following links for the exact instructions if you didn’t arrive on the right page: red wine stains from upholstery, sofa, chair or car seat, remove red wine stains from rug or carpet.

You mop a floor with products that are specially made for floor maintenance. Unlike an all-purpose cleaner or other household remedies, these do not cause stains, streaks or dull floors and they do not damage your floor!

Treatment of fresh stains

Treat using a moist cotton cloth

This stain can be treated immediately with water. Use clean water and preferably a white, cotton cloth.

Treatment of dried stains

Treatment with James Remover

This stain can be treated with James Remover. Always test for colour fastness and material perpetuation in an inconspicuous area: apply, leave on for 5 minutes and evaluate.

  • Spray directly onto the purpose area
  • Leave to soak for about 1 to 5 minutes
  • Then, use a white cotton cloth to remove the grease
  • Persistent stains may be treated carefully with a soft brush or plastic spatula. After use, always clean the area with water!
  • After use, always clean the area with water.

Attention: be careful when working near a glue seams. Allow James Remover to soak in shortly. Do not let the product penetrate into cracks or seams.