We bet it's happened to you before! Spilling wine on a tablecloth, carpet or chair can often be frightening. A wine stain is often the hardest stain to remove. And if you don't do it immediately, it can be even harder to get rid of. Don't panic, just follow this tip. In the blink of an eye, everything will be spotless once again! That's a promise!What you need:- Baking soda- White VinegarSteps to follow:1\/ Sprinkle a tablespoon of baking soda over the stain.2\/ Pour a tablespoon of white vinegar onto the baking soda. Let it do its work.3\/ Rub the stain with a sponge or brush.4\/ Repeat these steps if once is not enough. Then, put the item in the washing machine.A wine stain is not the only thing that can give you nightmares. Have you ever spilled candle wax on a tablecloth or a cushion? It's very difficult to get rid of it without damaging your furniture. In fact, people often use a knife to scrape it off: this is something to be ABSOLUTELY avoided! Thanks to this natural trick, it will be gone in a few seconds!Removing a wax stain:Did you stain your tablecloth with candle wax? Here is an effective tip!What you need:- An iron- Baking paper- White vinegarSteps to follow:1\/ Place baking paper on the stain.2\/ Run the hot iron over the paper. The wax should melt.3\/ Rub the stain with a brush and white vinegar.4\/ Place the tablecloth in the washing machine.5\/ That's it!White vinegar: your greatest allyYou probably don't know it, but white vinegar can make up for a lot of mistakes! In addition to having descaling and disinfectant properties, this 100% natural product allows you to deep clean your home. Whether you want your sink to shine, your toilet to be spotless, or limescale to be removed from your bathroom, white vinegar is a miraculous ally. Even when it comes to removing wax or wine stains. The proof is in the pudding.Why are natural products better?For several months now, Oh! My Mag has been recommending a new way to clean: opting for 100% natural, economical products that you can make yourself. No need to spend huge sums of money in shops, especially on household products that you can make yourself.For example, you can make an all-surface cleaner in a few seconds, or even your own laundry detergent or fabric softener. You can also make a homemade scouring cream, or a super degreasing dishwashing liquid. And you will see that in addition to allowing you to save money, these tutorials to make 'DIY' products will also be healthier for you. Moreover, you can make them with your family; it will save you time and it will be a happy moment of togetherness.Check out our super simple video tutorial on how to remove wine or wax stains. We bet you won't be able to do without it anymore!