Soak the clothes in hot water and Oxiclean. If the dye stain persists, repeat Steps 1 to 3.
Another option to try is a presoak in an oxygen or color safe bleach , perhaps overnight. Method 4.
Flag as... Sort clothes by colors per load, whites, colors, and darks. It clearly had been laundered with dark fabrics — the counter person was useless and so is the sweater now. Awesome picture!
Has the author of this page actually attempted this method or is it just incorrect internet make believe? It may take several applications to make a dark enough color, and to make it come out even, but you should be able to make it work. Hope these instructions help you know what to do to both prevent a dye transfer from occurring, or how to fix bleeding colors if it accidentally does happen while doing your laundry. I bought this beautiful red dress in London a few months ago, wore it a few times, then decided to wash it.
I have a hundred-year-old quilt that has orange bleed over it from one nine-square to the other. How do I get it white again? Ad It is a little tricky since it stains stuff, so follow it's directions.
Not Helpful 5 Helpful 3. Many new red clothing items will bleed onto other clothes, so wash in cold water separately.
It will get it all out. The flip side to this is that you should not wash jeans, especially in the first few washes, with anything lighter in color where the dye can transfer to other fabrics.
I tried stain remover, but the dye didn't budge. Using green tea to remove stains sounds dubious to me.