Removing Dye That Transferred in the Wash

I have a couple of color shirts, one blue and the other purple, both with white sleeves and collars. I accidentally put them with my dark colors and the sleeves came out a little pink. I tried the RIT Whitener, but it made it worse. Any ideas on how to get the white back? Help!

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Removing Dye That Transferred in the Wash

Try washing the shirts by themselves with a Shout Color Catcher sheet, available in the laundry aisle at the supermarket. This product has worked well for me with similar problems. (01/10/2011)

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