Bleach Stains on Upholstered Couch

Clorox bleach was splashed on the fabric on my couch. Is there anything I can use to get the original color back on my couch?

By Vicki

June 4, 20101 found this helpful

I learned something very useful a while back. I am an artist and there are permanent artist pens, markers, that come in hundreds of colors. Go to your local art supply store and take a cloth sample with you; match the colors and go to it!

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June 5, 20100 found this helpful

I second Yoder's advice. Bleach takes the color out of things, so there is no way on earth you can "remove the stain" as it is not a stain. All you can do is try to recolor the fabric to match. See if you can find permanent markers that might match the color and pattern.

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Anonymous Flag
June 8, 20100 found this helpful

I third Yoder's suggestion ;-) I've done it for clothing that had some small bleach spatters and worked like a charm ;-)

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