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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
I just brought a jumper and some black bottoms, washed both of them and put them in the boiler room to dry up,but the black off my bottoms has seeped onto my jumper.:oops:

does anyone have ideas how to remove them? Id tried vanish and still nothing!
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
What colour is the jumper?
Vanish for stains not actual clothes dye,all I can suggest is you go to Woolworths or something and buy Dylon clothes dyes,they come in little tins,you pierce them and put them in the washing machine,try and get the best match for your jumper.
Also if you decide to do this,its advisable to do a few washes,perhaps even boil washes after you have dyed your garment,cos if you go using the washing machine straight after,you risk colouring your next load similar colour.

Damn you should washed them and hung them out,its going be nice out tomorrow!
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http://www.dylon.co.uk/main.htm

tells you more about it there.There might be some dye remover product too on the site.
#3
oh thanks a lot will have a pop in tomorrow. im tryign vinegar at the moment
banned#4
not sure what its called but theres an item out there that you soak the item in and it removes the dye that shouldnt be there, mind i used one and it left the dye i didnt want there, and removed the die that was supposed to be there :w00t:
#5
sassie
not sure what its called but theres an item out there that you soak the item in and it removes the dye that shouldnt be there, mind i used one and it left the dye i didnt want there, and removed the die that was supposed to be there :w00t:

bleach? :?
banned#6
Mattitude
bleach? :?

lol, no it is deffo to remove colour run, but yeah it prob has some bleach in it, but it didnt remove the colour run anyway just the natural colour, but think your supposed to do a test first, i think it may be called colour run or something like that
#8
Might all depend on the fabric etc,anyway you know how these household products claim they work and they don't live up to the ads etc.
If you can't redye over it or don't want to put out money trying things then maybe just bin the item,hope you didn't spend much on it.
#9
let the jumper soak overnight in a basin of vanish solution, worked for me years back when a white jumper got turned pink by a red t-shirt in the wash.
#10
Ive just tried a colour catcher sheet on some underwear that turned pink.
Very impressed too.:)
#11
harvie316
oh thanks a lot will have a pop in tomorrow. im tryign vinegar at the moment

Doesnt vinegar "fix" dyes? fix as in set them? or is that salt? I know its some condiment or other!

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