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This has worked for me before, it's worth a shot. The stain might be too set in by now, but I've gotten wine stains out of shirts and sweaters for friends before, after parties that got a bit wild.Originally Posted by VersaceMan
A great method, but if I cannot find Oxy Clean in San Juan, I seriously doubt he can find it in Ho Chi Minn City. After reading this post a few years ago, I had my mother send me several tubs of the stuff.Originally Posted by Stu
Wet a fingernail brush and then rub it onto bar soap. Dampen the stain and then use the brush to scrub the stain. Let the shirt hang for a while (the longer the better) before rinsing with hot water. If the stain still looks dark, scrub again, gently. Repeat wait and rinse. Then machine wash in warm water, gentle cycle. Hang to dry. Stain should be gone. If not, try again.Originally Posted by Manton