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Removing Dye That Transferred in the Wash

I left wet, washing together, including a pair of white linen pants with black linen pants. The white linen now has black stains over it. So I want to remove the black splotches before I can wear the white pants again. Please help.

By 32Bme from Adelaide, SA

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Removing Dye That Transferred in the Wash

Are you sure this is dye transfer? It sounds more like mildew and there are plenty of posts on thrifty tips on how to deal with mildew. Good luck. (12/22/2009)

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