Bleach stains on clothes: 2 tricks to hide and remove them

 


It’s happened to most of us: during a cleaning spree, doing laundry, or just by accident, a splash of bleach lands on our clothes, leaving those pesky discolored spots behind.
Bleach has the potential to wreck your clothes, but don’t toss them out just yet! There are a few techniques you can employ to possibly remove those bleach stains and give your clothes a second chance.
While bleach is a handy household tool, its strong odor can be overpowering and it can be hazardous if inhaled or if it comes into direct contact with skin. Always store bleach safely and ensure its container and cap are secure.
Here are two methods to help you tackle bleach stains:
Method 1:

Here are two methods to help you tackle bleach stains:

Method 1:

Combine 250 ml of white vinegar with an equal amount of alcohol. Soak a cloth in this mixture, then gently dab (don’t rub!) the bleach stain with it. Rinse the garment in cold water and repeat the process until the stain disappears.

Method 2:

Mix 1 tablespoon of sodium thiosulfate with 250 ml of water. Immerse a clean cloth in this solution and carefully dab it onto the bleach stain, again avoiding any rubbing. Rinse with cold water and reapply if required.

Both of these methods are straightforward and have been successful in many instances. Before you decide to part with your stained clothes, give these techniques a shot and potentially save your favorite garments.


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