Sometimes when you scrub at stains on your jeans, you end up with a white spot, which can be even worse! To mask those white spots if you have lighter blue jeans, you can use a grey water-based marker. Grey just matches the color of jeans better than most blues. Apply the marker messily to the white spot, and then blot with water. Re-apply several times until it matches the rest of the fabric. (If you don't have a grey marker, you can also try grey eye shadow!)
If you do not want to dye them. Look for a crayon in that color, of course you will have to do this every time you wear them as long as it is not a huge white mark this should work. Good Luck
Or, simply avoid the marks by scrubbing stains on the wrong side, and washing the pants inside out.
If its a pair of black jeans use a permanent black marker or fabric paint will do the job.
A friend's sister got a spot of bleach on an expensive sweater. Resourceful friend embroidered a pretty little daisy with a winding stem and leaves over the bleach spot. It actually enhanced the sweater.
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