This video shows how to remove dried red wine from carpet and although the end result was successful, it's not the best way to remove this type of stain. Hydrogen peroxide can easily bleach out your carpet and cause permanent damage to the fibers. The purpose of the baking soda is to activate the bubbling action in the peroxide, helping to lift the stain to the surface.
At Chem-Dry of Tampa FL we would recommend using a mixture of club soda and 10 drops of dish washing detergent to remove dried red wine from your carpet. You will get the same reactions as the hydrogen peroxide and baking soda without all the risk to your carpet. After applying your homemade carbonated cleaner, you can apply it with a small spray bottle, let it set for 30 seconds and then blot it up with a clean white towel.
There is no need to rub the carpet and risk damaging the fibers, just blot it up. Your can also use are preferred method of extraction by using a small wet/dry vac to vacuum out any left over solution and wine. We always finish by placing a dry white towel over the spot and standing on it for 30 seconds to soak up any left over moisture
We've used this method of cleaning in a pinch and it does a great job of removing stubborn stains and protecting your carpet from undue harm. If your stain does not come out call a professional carpet cleaner in your area, in Tampa FL call Chem-Dry of Tampa