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covering up minor bleach stains on trousers?

ryouga Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Was mopping floor and totally forgot there was a miniscule amount of bleach left in and it wasnt till after I smelled it I realised, however a few minutes later saw bleach spots bottom of trouser leg, wouldnt mind but these are my best pair of trousers!(though under £20)

Its about 15 spots/slurges about 3/4 of the way down my leg.
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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banned#1
next time mop floor naked, your birthday suit is less important!


I would try washing them alone at 60 degrees , not enough to shrink them, but enough to make the dye merge into the spots
#2
starsparkle2311
Not sure there's a lot you can do, probably cheaper to buy a new pair.

What colour are they? Try using a felt tip and colouring the dots in,lol........


just regular black trousers, I was thinking of using a marker pen but was just worried they would wash out.
#3
Use a "Write 4 All" black pen, it works on everything without wiping/washing away. I use it on my daughter's clothes for nursery on the tags with her name and it doesn't wash out. Great pen for everything really.
#4
eightieschick
Use a "Write 4 All" black pen, it works on everything without wiping/washing away. I use it on my daughter's clothes for nursery on the tags with her name and it doesn't wash out. Great pen for everything really.


Where can you get them cheaply?
#5
make them into shorts summers coming
suspended#6
i would just re dye them black, black felt tip give a petrolly looking colour on black trousers x
#7
Unless they are 100% cotton trousers dye won't work. Permanent marker your best bet, nobody will be looking that close will they?
#8
jubbyme
next time mop floor naked, your birthday suit is less important!


I would try washing them alone at 60 degrees , not enough to shrink them, but enough to make the dye merge into the spots


i do this and my underpants are all bleach stained

I can tell u r imagining how sexy I look 15st ugley and in my bleach stained pants

no pms please i do not do meets or pics
banned#9
miles136
i do this and my underpants are all bleach stained

I can tell u r imagining how sexy I look 15st ugley and in my bleach stained pants

no pms please i do not do meets or pics


such a shame
#10
Lol anyway I put some cd marker on them which hid the worst of it but then washed them just in case and the cd marker mostly washed out.

So a proper fabric marker may work but if expensive may be just cheaper to buy a new pair, would just chuck them but they are only 3 months old and my best pair(other pairs have torn heel bits or little burn like marks on top of leg)
#11
Jumpingphil
Why don't you just re-apply the maker pen after every time you wash the trousers.
Got to be the cheapest solution. :thumbsup:


Was thinking that but the marker pen doesnt cover everything up and would take a few minutes each time, bad if I am in a rush!

Was wanting a proper stronger permanent marker or something.
#12
Your life seems such a clamity. I was wondering .........
Are you related to Mr Bean :w00t:
#13
ryouga
Where can you get them cheaply?


I got mine for about £1 in WH Smith a while ago. Any stationers or supermarket probably.

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