As in any worthwhile investment, there are potential risks involved in drinking red wine. Not least of these is the danger of spilling all over yourself. This always seems to happen when one is trying to look particularly suave, swirling the glass with abandon and, without fail, wearing a crisp white shirt.
When I Googled “remove wine stains,” the engine returned 267,000 hits, which leads me to believe that
a.) everybody and their brother(‘s shirt) has an opinion on how to remove stains, and
b.) there might be some untapped potential in the adult sippy-cup industry
Here’s a guy who claims it can be done with milk or white wine. My favorite part is when he attempts the stain removal with Chardonnay, and the subtitle reads, “Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris work just as good.”
Do you think it works with skim milk? I don’t want my stains to get fat. As for me, having recently picked up a sample of 100% biodegradable “Vin Rouge Red Wine Stain Remover,” I’m free to swirl and toss my wine at will. I’ll let you know how it works.