Remove Grape Juice Stain From Clothes - A Video

The video below gives instructions for how to remove grape juice stain from clothes.

The method described in the video gives some alternative methods from those I wrote about in my instructions for getting out stains caused by grape juice.

Of course, there is generally more than one way to get out a stain, so it is unsurprising that there are alternative methods.

Her suggestions include:
Of these three the one I suggest the most is the dish soap and hydrogen peroxide recipe. This is a really good homemade red wine stain remover recipe (click the link for more details and full instructions) and so it is unsurprising it would also work on grapes.

Here's the video:

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How I Got Out Grape Juice From Clothing

by Mary

Mary says:

I have successfully removed grape juice (which may be a bit more intense than the freeze pop stain) on several different occasions by applying the Shout advanced gel and washing with BIZ and ERA detergent.

However, depending on how long the stain sat originally I may have needed to run it through the process more than 1 time.

These 3 products have really lightened the laundry challenges for me.

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Taylor says:

Thanks so much for this tip Mary! I love it when people tell me which product they used to actually get the spots and spills out. I think this is so useful for other readers.

Does anyone else have tips for removing these stains from clothes, or even other surfaces as well, such as carpet? If so, you can share your tip here.

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set in stains in table runner from communion
by: Donna Dobbs

Our church has a white table runner that we use on the communion table. One of the trays of grape juice stuck together and grape juice splashed all over it. We use the Welches red grape juice. It has been washed but the stains are still there. Any suggestions?

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