Bleach stain?

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How to disguise bleach stain on sweatshirt?


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  • FrugalFamilyTimes.com FrugalFamilyTimes.com on Oct 25, 2021

    Can you sew something over it? Like a patch from a craft store.

  • You can always add more bleach. Bleach-stained shirts are popular right now.

  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Oct 25, 2021

    You could tie-dye the sweatshirt.

  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Oct 25, 2021

    you can buy fabric markers that you could use on the bleach stains they come in numerous colors

  • Janice Janice on Oct 25, 2021

    Sprinkle on more bleach in other areas to make iall the stains intentional OR add a coordinating fabric scrap to the area and a few other places.

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Oct 25, 2021

    You could tie dye it. You could try to dye it close to the original color but I've never had any luck with that.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Oct 25, 2021

    Hello. Bleach spattered clothing is very trendy now. You may want to consider spattering some more or even stenciling along with the spattering. It is quite trendy particularly with plaid flannel shirts.

  • Mogie Mogie on Oct 25, 2021

    Getting the right shade could be tricky but Just dab a Sharpie on the bleach spots until the spot blends in with the garment. I say dab it on because it will push the ink further into the fibers than just coloring over the spots, for more and longer lasting coverage. But it still isn't permanent but should last for several washings.

  • William William on Oct 25, 2021

    Bleach dye or tie dye the shirt.

  • Annie Annie on Oct 25, 2021

    You can use more bleach and tie dye the sweatshirt, here is how you can do that

    https://sarahmaker.com/bleach-tie-dye-a-sweatshirt/

  • Maybe iron on some design or lettering from a vinyl heat transfer.

  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Oct 25, 2021

    Patch try the same color marker and color it in with a cloth from marker

  • Betsy Betsy on Oct 25, 2021

    Hi Kathy: I had a bleach stain on one of my sweatshirts. I embroidered a flower around it and made it look like I did it on purpose. If it's not in a place to make a flower, maybe you can see if it looks like something, a dog, bird, etc., and play off of that and embroider around that and maybe make a little scene out of it :) Then again, you can just sew a patch over it and more patches here and there on your garment like it's the boho look. After sewing the patches on, make long stitches around the edges of the patch in different colours to look like they are just sewn on sloppy like :)

  • Scott Scott on Oct 26, 2021

    Clothes dye -Scott


  • Lindsay Aratari Lindsay Aratari on Oct 26, 2021

    You could bleach it more to give it a tie dyed look

  • Homeroad Homeroad on Oct 30, 2021

    You could try to cover it with a permanent marker if it is a dark color like navy blue or black. It will certainly help. Another idea would be to dye the whole shirt.

  • You could try dyeing the whole sweatshirt a different solid color. Check the tag for the fabric make up and buy dye accordingly.