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Red Dye Transferred on a Santa Suit

A man wearing a santa suit.
Having fabric dye transfer to other sections of an article of clothing is frustrating and often a challenge to fix. This is a guide about red dye transferred on a Santa suit.
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December 28, 20110 found this helpful

I have a Santa suit; the red bled over into the white fur. The suit is not a throw away. I paid $750 two years ago. I need help for how to get the fur white and not ruin it. Does someone have any help? Please. Thank you.

By John

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December 29, 20110 found this helpful
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It really depends on the material the fur part is made of-spot cleaning with the wrong cleaner or application technique could make the problem even worse.

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For something that expensive you might want to call around to dry cleaners in your area who have a good reputation (check with the Better Business Bureau and online review sites for businesses in your town).

If someone in your family sews and crafts, he/she may be able to remove the fur to clean it or replace it with new fur.

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