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How to Remove Red Wine Stains From Lips, Teeth and Your Tongue - Wine Wipes

Updated on July 31, 2013
How To Remove Red Wine Stains From Lips, Teeth and Your Tongue: Wine Wipes
How To Remove Red Wine Stains From Lips, Teeth and Your Tongue: Wine Wipes
Red Wine Stain Removal: Wine Wipes
Red Wine Stain Removal: Wine Wipes

Wine Wipes

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Red Wine Stains

There is nothing better than a lovely bottle of red wine. However, there is nothing worse than a red wine stain.

Red wine stains on carpets, clothing and other surfaces are hard to remove at the best of times, but how about red wine stains on your teeth, mouth and tongue.

Has that ever happened to you, or someone you know? You've enjoyed a few glasses of red wine and before you know it, the tannins in the red wine have caused your lips to turn a lovely purple tinge, your tongue starts to take on the shade of 'grape' and your pearly whites are no longer. Not very lady-like is it? Not a good look for anyone.

So what do you do when you notice you are turning violet, just like Violet did in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory?

How do you remove red wine stains from your teeth and mouth, quickly and discretely?

Grab your wine wipes and it's gone!

What are Wine Wipes?

Wine wipes are cleverly designed 'magical' red wine stain removal wipes. They were developed with the assistance of a sommelier to ensure the flavour of the wine wipe did not interfere with the taste of wine itself during use.

Wine wipes are small, compact, moist wipes which can be rubbed gently over the mouth and teeth to discretely and quickly remove red wine stains. Simply remove an individual moist wipe from its compact packet and before your eyes (or those of your friends and family around you) the stains from your teeth and mouth are gone with a simple rub.

Wine wipes come in orange blossom or peppermint flavour and can be purchased in packets or a compact form with a mirror.

Wine Wipes Reviews

Wine wipes have been given the thumbs up in a review by the famous Dr. Oz.

He stated that whilst red wine was good for you in nominal doses due to its high antioxidant levels, the naturally forming acids can actually erode the enamel on your teeth. Whilst one may think brushing your teeth is the key to stain removal, it can actually cause stains to remain. A quick use of wine wipes and the stain is gone and your teeth are 'safe' again.

Reasons why you need them

  1. No more red wine stains on your teeth.
  2. Use wine wipes to remove the red wine stains from your bench top.
  3. Great compact packaging - small enough for a handbag.
  4. A perfect Christmas gift idea for someone who has everything.
  5. A perfect idea for the modern woman who likes to retain a sense of style.
  6. Love your wine tasting? Make wine wipes your new wine best friend.
  7. Wipe that red clown smile off your dial with wine wipes.

How to use Wine Wipes

With a simple wipe, just run your wine wipes across your lips, teeth and any other area of your mouth, tainted with wine, and the stain will disappear.

Whether you have had one drink or one too many, some people have the unfortunate trait of having stains appear. Some are lucky to avoid this all together.

How do Wine Wipes remove red wine stains?

Wine wipes have been designed with a clever blend of teeth protecting and stain removing ingredients. Together they combine to remove the stain without removing the flavour. This means that wine wipes are also the perfect companion for wine tasting sessions as you can cleanse and neutralise your palate in between each different wine on offer whilst still enjoying each and every drop.

Wine wipes contain a mixture of baking soda, lemon juice, calcium, glycerin and hydrogen peroxide and together they are the perfect combination to remove red wine stains. Ironically wine wipes taste salty to the mouth when red wine has not been consumed so whilst you can use them to remove other stains, be aware of their potential salty taste. This taste, however, is not noticed with red wine. Believe it or not.

Novelty Gift Idea

Wine Wipes are the perfect gift for yourself or someone else.

  • Take them on your next wine tasting session
  • Take them on a date
  • Add them to a Christmas stocking as a perfect filler
  • Add them into a gift and wine hamper
  • Add them to the next bottle of red wine you give to your friend or family
  • Heading on a girl's night out? Take some in your purse.

Keep a packet of wine wipes handy in your bag or pocket and you will never wear a red wine grin again.

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