Is their any way to get bleach splatters out of clothes?

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While cleaning the toilet with Clorox, some of the bleach splattered my new shirt. Is their any way to fix it?

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  • Aurora Aurora on Dec 31, 2017
    It removed dye. So you can redye the shirt. But be sure to touch up those spots first before dying the whole shirt. Or they will be a tad lighter. Also depending on placement you could cover the spots with patches. Or....use more bleach aka bleach pen...and draw something on the shirt so that it looks like a design you paid for and not an accident

  • Nope. That is what bleach does. You can try and dye your shirt back to original color, but there are no guarantees. I always wear old clothes when cleaning or using bleach so as not to have this happen to my better items. Sorry this happened to you, now you know.

  • TM TM on Dec 31, 2017
    Hi, unfortunately I don't think so, bleach takes the color out of fabric, once it's gone, it's gone

  • Eleanor Korf Eleanor Korf on Dec 31, 2017
    IF you can find a felt marker pen in the right color you could mask, or at least minimize, the discolored area. You would probably have to use the pen each time you wash it. If not either wear it "as is"or if the spot is in a suitable place, find something cute you can use to sew into place to cover the spot.

  • Rhoda Rhoda on Jan 01, 2018
    Bleach spots are permanent. Don't discard the clothes though. Keep and wear them when cleaning or using that bleach!!!