Hands down, the best way to deal with any wine stain is by spraying it with Wine Away, a miracle product.
Immediately attack the stain with cold water and a sponge and then rub it with a wedge of lemon. Finally, douse the area with water, squeeze out as much liquid as possible, and spread the garment out to dry.
Okay, if you must have blood or just happened to slice open your finger while cutting open a fresh pomegranate, here's a particularly savory way to deal with any resulting stain.
Rub the affected area with a paste made out of powdered meat tenderizer and water. Let the paste interact with the stain for about 30 minutes. Rinse out the garment in a solution of 2 quarts cold water and 1 teaspoon ammonia. Rinse again with just cold water and lay the garment out in the sun to dry. (To avoid any ashes-to-ashes action, ask a friend or family member to tag in for this last step.)
Did you know your fruit carried vampiric properties? According to Romany folklore watermelons and pumpkins that weren't consumed after ten days would develop streaks of blood on their surface. If that's not bizarre enough, these same fruits would also become "noisy" and "annoying" around the house.
Tip: eat your fruits before they go bad. (Har, har, har.)
Admittedly, the following facts have nothing to do with food, but I just had to share them. You'll thank me later.
Crazy Ass Twins
If you can find a set of brother and sister twins who were born on a Saturday, you might have a chance at using them to fight off a vampire. Wait -- don't get too excited yet. What cinches the deal is if said twins happen to make a habit of wearing their unmentionables inside out. Exactly.
Apparently, Romany folklore -- gotta love folklore when doing vampire research -- recounts that the mere glimpse of such a duo would send a vampire screaming for cover. Well, wouldn't you do the same?
Reputedly, vampires are curiously attached to their socks, which probably explains why they prefer not to use a dryer. Since they are also afraid of water, one way of ridding yourself of a troublesome bloodsucker is to take his left sock (no idea why it must be the left one), fill it with rocks taken from the vamp's grave, and toss it in running water. The hapless vampire will wander around, desperately searching for his sock, fall into the water, and accidentally drown himself.