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Repairing Pants With Oxy 10 Bleach Spot?

My favorite pair of khaki pants have a bleached looking spot. I'm guessing I leaned on the edge of the sink where one of my daughters had dropped a little Oxy 10. I figured I should take the color out and try RIT tan dye. I tried RIT color remover, and it did not work. I didn't use hot water. Is that the key? Can I use bleach or peroxide instead?

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By Ella H.

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November 24, 20140 found this helpful

If the Rit dye remover did nothing, and it is just a little spot, I'd try a little spot repair - like colouring it with Jiffy permanent marker in a similar colour. Or maybe if it would work, sewing a decorative patch over the spot. I would not do a major dye job for just one little spot. Too much room for disaster.

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