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How do you remove an old stain from hair color on a white wooden door?

By Dana from CA

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January 18, 20101 found this helpful
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Dana, have you tried Mr Clean magic eraser? it may not take it off right away but subsequent scrubbing will make it fade. I have had this happen on painted white walls and this eventually removed the stain. Good luck!

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March 4, 20102 found this helpful
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Pikka, you are a lifesaver. I accidentally splashed hair dye onto a bathroom door this morning and thought my husband would have a fit when he saw the huge purple stain it left behind. Thankfully dabbing bleach onto the white paint worked a treat. I left it for a minute or two before washing with plain water.
Many thanks for the advice. Jen, UK

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Anonymous
May 14, 20160 found this helpful

Thanks so much just tried this and it worked

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Anonymous
October 6, 20160 found this helpful

Thanks! Works perfectly!! Great tip!

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Anonymous
April 9, 20200 found this helpful

This happened to me literally just right now I died the door purple LOL

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April 2, 20170 found this helpful

I had red hair dye on my door and I used Commet bleach on it with a tooth brush and it came off no issue

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Anonymous
March 13, 20180 found this helpful

I got dark brown hair dye on a cream shiny surface cupboard door, tried spray bleach didnt remove, so I got hair bleach 40volume peroxide and added heat with hair dryer it took about 4 times of getting it off and redoing but eventually with a lot of rubbing it came off .

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October 20, 20190 found this helpful

I am a 14 year old girl who Dyed my hair purple I am sure you can guess with out my moms permission and I got purple hair dye all over my bathroom door that is white all I did because I am a teen and upstairs at night while my mom is downstairs watching TV And in school I am a professional art student at my school we take our classes I just took some of my paint are used for school and just painted it on the door it worked like a dream my parents never noticed its been a year!!!

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July 17, 2012

My daughter leaned against the bathroom door with black dye in her hair. Now I have a large black circle on the white door. How can it be removed?

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July 11, 20180 found this helpful

I use bleach or Mr clean works evertime

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January 18, 20200 found this helpful

Hi. I tried bleach with hair color on my bathroom door and i still have the stain. I will try Mr. Clean and nail polished remover. I might take a picture of the door and get a paint color.

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January 13, 2010

Dark hair dye was splattered on a wooden door that has been painted white. I don't know what to do to remove it.

By Destini from Atoka, OK


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Removing Hair Dye from a Painted Door

A Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works just fine. (10/21/2009)

By R.Smith

Removing Hair Dye from a Painted Door

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If no cleaners will remove the hair dye, you might try sanding the stain and repainting the area where it was. Just be sure to sand with the grain of the wood. (10/21/2009)

By Lisa

Removing Hair Dye from a Painted Door

I remove dark hair dye with a dab of straight bleach. Of course, I leave the room. Repeat if necessary. (10/21/2009)

By PENNY K

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