How to Remove Bleach Stains from Fabrics with 2 Tips

Bleach stains  on colored clothing are a common and unpleasant problem. It can happen that you drop a colored item of clothing among the white ones, or get stained when cleaning.

However, we almost always end up throwing away the stained item of clothing, thinking we will never get it back. Either we resort to fabric dyes whose result will never be similar to the original one.

Bleach is a substance with a very strong odor, which releases irritating gases that are dangerous for our health. Contact with skin is also very dangerous.

In this article, we offer you  2 simple tips for recovering colored clothes  that have bleach stains.

Mix 250 ml of room temperature water and a tablespoon of sodium thiosulfate until completely dissolved.

Pour the solution directly onto the bleach stain and leave for a few minutes, then wash the item of clothing in cold water. Do not rub.

Second tip

Mix two equal parts rubbing alcohol and white vinegar. Dampen a cloth in the solution and apply it to the stain, dabbing but not rubbing.

Wash the garment in cold water and, if necessary, repeat the operation until the stain is completely gone.

As you can see, it is possible  to recover a garment that has bleach stains  , simply by applying one of the two tips described above.