Bleach stains on clothes: 2 tricks to hide and remove them

It has no doubt happened to you, perhaps during housekeeping, while doing laundry or simply by mistake, to drop a few drops of bleach on your clothes and create the classic discolored spots.

Bleach can permanently ruin clothes, but before you throw them away there are a couple of tricks you can try to try to salvage them and get rid of bleach stains.

Bleach is a very irritating smelling gas that is dangerous both if inhaled and if applied directly to the skin. While it is useful in the home, it is always good to store it safely and always check that both the container and the cap are in good condition.

Below we list the two tricks to try to remove bleach stains from clothes and recover them.

The first trick consists of mixing 250 ml of white vinegar with the same amount of alcohol. Dampen a cloth in the solution and apply it to the bleach stain, without rubbing but giving small touches.

Then wash the garment with cold water and repeat the process until the bleach stain is gone.

For the second trick, however, you need 1 tablespoon of sodium thiosulfate and 250 ml of water. Mix the two ingredients, then dampen a clean cloth in the solution and apply it to the bleach stain without rubbing.

Again, wash with cold water and repeat the application if necessary.

Both tricks for getting rid of bleach stains are extremely simple and, in most cases, allow us to recover our clothes. Before you get rid of them, try applying both tricks and recover them.