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Removing Dye That Transferred in Wash

I put a white jumper in with jeans by mistake. It came out all blue. How do I get it back to white?

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November 8, 20150 found this helpful
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I just bought my daughter a white gymnastic's shirt she had to have and I washed it with her jeans and it turned it blue! So momma to the rescue, I mixed half a cup of Gain detergent, I'm sure any brand would work, and a big splash of 70% alcohol I'm sure any % would work and a big splash of white vinegar any brand. I used Walmart brand and it's pure white again. I washed as normal on a cold or tap cycle and dried it and she does not even know it wa ever blue!

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