Type of Stain

Permanent Marker 
 * Rubbing Alcohol
* Bleach

You can try to remove permanent marker stains by rinsing the stains with cold water until the water runs clear. Place the fabric on a paper towel, then saturate the stains with rubbing alcohol, using a cotton ball as a blotter. Change paper towels as necessary as it absorbs the color. Wash the garment in the hottest water possible for the fabric, adding bleach (color-safe for colored fabrics), then rinse in warm water. Unfortunately, permanent marker is called permanent for a reason and cannot always be removed.

Red Wine 
 * Club Soda
* Dish washing Liquid
* Vinegar
* Milk

There are a few things you can try to remove red wine from clothing. If the stains are fresh, you can saturate them with club soda, then wash. Or, you can apply a mixture of dish washing liquid and vinegar. This is safe on all washable fabrics. Or, if your fabric is shrink proof, place it in a pot containing enough milk to cover the stain, bring to a boil, remove from heat, and let sit until the stain has disappeared.