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Rubio Monocoat: Remove wine stains on wood in 3 easy steps

Wine stains on wood? Remove them in 3 easy steps! We’ve asked the professionals from Rubio Monocoat, to share some useful advice to keep your wood in pristine condition.

Amazing results in 3 easy steps

Get going right away! With these three easy steps, there will be no trace of the wine stain and the wood can recover its warm look & feel.

1. Remove the spoilt wine from the wooden surface

If you do spill some wine, try to remove it from the wooden surface as soon as possible. You can easily remove any excess wine using a paper towel, an ordinary cloth or microfibre cloth.

2. After removing the stain, spray Rubio Monocoat Surface Care on the wooden surface.

Wipe the surface clean using a paper towel, an ordinary cloth or microfibre cloth. Be sure to wipe the surface gently and evenly without applying pressure. Allow drying for 15 minutes.

Can you still see the wine stain? If so, use Rubio Monocoat Limespot Remover.

3. Spray Rubio Monocoat Limespot Remover on the wine stain

Spray Rubio Monocoat Limespot Remover onto the wine stain and leave it on for 10–15 minutes. Gently and evenly wipe the surface without applying pressure. Then thoroughly rinse off the entire surface using a damp cloth (water only). Allow the surface to dry.

Can you still see the wine stain after this step? If so, simply repeat step 3 until the wine stain has disappeared.

Good luck and cheers!

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