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Unusual Uses of Wine – Part 2

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In our previous post, Unusual Uses of Wine we covered some of the amazing uses of wine, of course apart from drinking it. In this post, you can read about some more unusual uses of leftover or spoilt wine. Check it out!

Clear up grease stains: Do you have oil or grease stains on the floor of your driveway or parking area? No amount of scrubbing and cleaning with detergent can rid the stains of the floors but just try pouring a glass of leftover red or white wine on the surface. Leave it for a few hours and wipe it clean with a cotton cloth. You will be impressed with the results.

Cooking with wine: If you have an opened bottle of wine that you cannot finish, don’t fret! You can always use leftover wine for cooking; it will add a unique flavor and aroma to the dish. You can cook with any type of wine, regardless of its type or price. Use it for marinating the meat and vegetable or as a salad dressing.
Hair care: This might come as a surprise to you, but rinsing your hair with wine after shampoo can help reduce hair fall and add luster and shine to dull hair.

Clean Glass: Another amazing way of using up leftover wine could be in cleaning glass and mirrors at home. Spray some wine and use a soft cotton cloth or newspaper to wipe the glass. It definitely works like a charm!

Fabric dye: All of us, at some point in time have accidentally ruined our favourite white blouse by spilling wine on it. And, wine stains are something that is very difficult to get rid of, if not attended to immediately. However, wine can be used as a fabric dye, so instead of throwing away a perfectly good blouse, you can dye it using red wine.

With all these amazing ways, you will never have to throw away leftover or spoilt wine ever again!

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