How Do You Remove Bleach Stains From Colored Clothes?

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Bleach is a very strong chemical used in many homes to get rid of stains. Unfortunately, bleach sometimes does more damage than good. It can damage fabrics and garments, and can cause harm people who use it and the environment. Bleach may accidentally drip or spill on colored clothing. Although it is difficult to get rid of bleach stains, there are steps you can take to minimize or neutralize the damage. Remove the stain as soon as possible. If the stain is really fresh, blot the spot with a white cleaning cloth dipped in photographic fixer until you saturate the fabric. The photographic fixer will neutralize the bleaching agent and could prevent the discoloration of your fabric. It is available at photography supply stores. Rinse the fabric in cold water. If you applied the photographic fixer right away, the stain might be gone. Tap the stain with a white cloth dipped in white vinegar if the stain is still visible. Saturate the area of the stain. Rinse the fabric in cold water. ... more
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