Fixing Khaki Pants After a Dye Transfer

Unfortunately I accidentally washed my khaki pants with black clothes without noticing. Is there any way that I can revert my pants to their normal color? Can I go to the laundry and get it fixed? Please help, I literally start school next Monday.

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August 12, 20190 found this helpful

Try a product called the Rit Color Grabber.

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August 12, 20190 found this helpful

Looks like you are not alone. Other people have done this too.

Refer to:
- www.thriftyfun.com/tf37102108.tip.html
- www.thriftyfun.com/tf57536314.tip.html

Other sites you could read:
- www.clorox.com/.../
- www.thespruce.com/remove-dye-transfer-stains-2146658

Best of luck! Have a great school year.

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August 13, 20190 found this helpful

There are several solutions to try but most of these take some time and you seem desperate to find a quick solution.

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Sometimes people recommend a product called 'Color Grabber' but this product to for putting in your washer BEFORE washing to keep you from having a color run in the first place.

There is a product called ' Color Run Remover' that is made by several companies and can be purchased at Walmart, Target type stores (or online but you need yours now).
Read full instructions before starting.

www.walmart.com/.../17283474

carbona.com/.../

Buy Color Grabber/Color Catcher to use the next time you do your laundry (if mixing colors).

www.walmart.com/.../35644057?athcpid=35644057&athpgid...

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August 13, 20190 found this helpful

Hopefully you have not dried them in the dryer as that often causes the stains to set.

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There is a recipe for home made Oxi Clean on Thrifty Fun:www.thriftyfun.com/Homemade-OxiClean-Recipes.html

Test the mix on an inconspicuous space to make sure it does not bleed the Khaki color. If it is good to go soak the pants in it for an hour, then pull it out of the solution and gently massage the mix directly into the stains, then wash on cold and line dry outside. The sun helps.

It may take a few times to work.

Hopefully this will be the trick you need! Post back with an update.

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