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Dye Transferred in the Wash?

I put a mixed load of washing on and didn't realise that my new dark blue and red swimmers would leak on everything. I had 2 other loads of washing to put on and it was about to rain so when the first load was done I put it straight in the dryer without noticing anything. Later that day when I got the clothes out of the dryer I saw that my swimmers had turned my denim mustard yellow shorts to a blue/grey washy colour, as well as, my multicoloured pajamas shorts, everything else was fine though. Is there a way of getting the blue/grey wash out of my shorts?

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October 1, 20170 found this helpful

You can try the following

Step 1
Fill 5 gallon pails with the hottest tap water

Step 2
Add 2 T each hydrogen peroxide and powdered dishwashing detergent

Step 3
Soak overnight

Step 4
Wash as usual in the morning.

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