Grape Juice

How do you remove a grape juice stain from fabric?

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2010-01-14 21:29:51
2010-01-14 21:29:51

Place the piece of clothing in a tub. Boil a pot of water. Hold the pot high (3+ feet) above the clothing and pour on the spot. Watch out for hot water splatters. Sounds strange but it works. Also good for red wine spots.

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