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Repairing a Bleach Mark With Dye

How do I get a stain or a bleach stain out of black scrubs with Rit liquid dye?

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February 13, 20160 found this helpful

Believe it or not dying may not be your best choice. Often bleach changes the dye-receptive qualities of the fiber (it may take but not stay), and if the garment is a cotton-synthetic blend the dye will not take at full color strength. Your easiest fix is...are you ready? A Sharpie marker! You may have to redo it every so often, but it typically lasts through several launderings. Just dab the Sharpie on the bleach spots close together until the spot blends in with the garment. I say dab it on because it will push the ink further into the fibers than just coloring over the spots, for more and longer lasting coverage.

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