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How To Get Rid Of A Bleach Stain

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Clothes take the first hit whenever you come into contact with contaminants, chemicals, and so on. Clothes also provide warmth for the body during those wintery and cold days. One thing’s certain, your clothes will always be dirty at the end of the day. Whether it’s from working out or coming home from your job, those clothes will end up in the dirty laundry basket. Ever notice a color stain on your blue jeans? That’s a bleach stain. It happens. Of course, bleach-stained clothes result in accidentally coming into contact with bleach, especially if you use bleach to clean floors and other parts of the home with. Don’t fret. You can remove bleach stains from your clothes.

Photographic Fixerbleach stain removal

Who would’ve thought! Photographic fixer is primarily used in the final phase of the production of films or photos. But, it can be a solution for getting rid of bleach stains. Blot the bleach stain(s) with a cloth (preferably white) containing some photographic fixer (can be purchased at a camera shop or online). Continue to blot the stain(s) until it’s drenched a bit and alittle beyond the surrounding area of the stain(s). Next, rinse the affected article(s) of clothing with cold water.

Vinegar

Vinegar is notorious for being a strong universal cleaning agent. It’s known to clean the toughest of stains. This includes aged rust! If vinegar can handle rust, then it can certainly handle a bleach stain. If the photographic fixer did little to no good, then have vinegar take over by applying some to a cloth (white preferably) and blotting the affected article(s) of clothing. Saturate the area(s) and rinse them out with cold water. Repeat twice after or more, depending on whether the stains are fading or not.

Follow the above tips as soon as you notice bleach stains. The longer you wait to take action, the more difficult it will be to remove them. If either tip doesn’t work, then consult with a dry cleaner service for further assistance.

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