Removing Color Transfer Stains

How do you remove stains from clothes that bled in the washer and then were dried?

By Gail from Houghton Lake, MI

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Removing Color Transfer Stains

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Dye transfer is caused when unstable dye colors "bleed" from one fabric to another. Their removal is often difficult. To minimize problem, sort loads by color, and always remove clothes from washer as soon as rinse cycle is complete. Re-launder affected items right away with detergent and Clorox liquid bleach. If color remains (on all-white fabrics only) use a packaged color remover or stripper sold under the "Rit" label. (12/29/2009)

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