Who among us is perfect? Who among us hasn’t gotten a little gung ho while telling (what we think is) an amazing story, glass of cabernet in hand, and spilled it all over ourselves, the couch, the carpet? Given the imperfect nature of drunkenness, a company called Chateau Spill has created a red wine stain remover that’s here to right all your wine-induced wrongs.
- It works on every imaginable fabric. Whether you’ve spilled on your favorite summer dress, a pair of jeans or even that cozy oversized armchair in the corner of your living room, Chateau Spill’s red wine stain remover works on ALL of it.
- It’s quicker and easier than the old soda water and salt trick. Just spray this a few times on the stain, blot it, and watch the stain fade. There’s no mess and it’s pretty much guaranteed to work (or so they claim), and given the relatively lost cost—about $15 for two bottles—it’s a total bargain.
- It’s environmentally friendly. Chateau Spill only uses 100% biodegradable ingredients, so there’s nothing nasty like peroxide, chlorine, or phosphates in the surfactants. Another win in my book.
- It doesn’t just work on wine. While red wine might cause the most egregious spills, Chateau Spill also works on anything with heavy tannins like beets, berries, grass, and even blood (yikes). Don’t get any crazy ideas, guys.
- It works on new stains and old ones. If you spilled something last weekend but are just now grabbing a bottle of Chateau Spill, no worries—the product works on stains that are a little dated too (within reason). Even if it doesn’t get it 100% out, it’ll still fade it significantly and is worth the minor investment to give it a try.
- The reviewers agree: this stuff rocks. Out of the 162 reviews for Chateau Spill, they average on 4.5 stars and are overwhelmingly positive. People swear by this stuff and if it works as well as they claim, I can see why.