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Approximate Time: 15 to 30 minutes in the bleach, wash and dry done!
By over and over from Middleton WI
I have also done this project using the bleach as "paint". Apply it with an old paintbrush and you can create whatever designs you want.
I did this with some colored t-shirts a few years ago and they looked really cool!! Only thing tho, it weakened the fabric considerably where the bleach had been. Soon started developing holes and rips in those places. It should take a lot longer on jeans tho!! Cute idea!!
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I used to buy a product called Soft n Fade. I have looked in many stores and can't find it. I can't find it on the internet either. It's a boxed powder that you pour into the washer and just wash your jeans. When done they are very soft and at least two shades lighter. I saw a box of it a few weeks ago, but I don't remember where. Now I need it and can't find it. Can you help?
It seems this product has disappeared and many people are looking for it now. However, there is another product that might work for you called Rit Fast Fade for Jeans. You might want to check this out. I don't see a fabric softener in the box, but it might fade your jeans like the other detergent did.
Rit fast fade has been discontinued some time ago. I'm bummed because it really worked and you didn't have to worry about your jeans being too faded.
BRING IT BACK !!!IT WAS THE TRUE SOFTNESS I LOVED..
They still sell it comes in a bag 1 pound and 5 pound rit proline fast fade on their website