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Can I use RIT DYE in this machine without any repercussions?!

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Follow the package directions and consult your machine manual. These dyes are normally safe for all machines.

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Most dys r ok ie drylon

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How to redye bleach stains on navy blue jeans How to re-dye bleach stains on Navy blue jeans?


You'll Need:
-1 box of rit dye navy blue (or denim blue)
-1/2 box of rit dye black
-3 gallon or so bucket
-Hot water
-GLOVES
-Optional blue making/painters tape

You can get Rit dye from walgreens for like $3 but may be cheaper elsewhere. If you check the first picture it shows the difference in shades of color for denim vs. navy blue. Choose which one you feel is better. (Navy blue is a bit darker but more "blue") You can add the full box of black dye but obviously it'll be much darker and closer to black. I find half is a good amount. The size of bucket doesn't matter as long as it hold enough water to fill over the jeans. If you have levi's or other jeans with one of those papery tags on the back you can cover it up with masking tape. I have tried duct and packaging tape and so far blue painter's tape works the best.

YOU NEED GLOVES unless you want smurf colored hands...

Note: there is a way to dye your jeans using a big pot over the stove but that makes a mess in the pot and is INCREDIBLY hard to clean

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Bleach stains on navy blue jeans.how do i re-dye ?


You'll Need:
-1 box of rit dye navy blue (or denim blue)
-1/2 box of rit dye black
-3 gallon or so bucket
-Hot water
-GLOVES
-Optional blue making/painters tape

You can get Rit dye from walgreens for like $3 but may be cheaper elsewhere. If you check the first picture it shows the difference in shades of color for denim vs. navy blue. Choose which one you feel is better. (Navy blue is a bit darker but more "blue") You can add the full box of black dye but obviously it'll be much darker and closer to black. I find half is a good amount. The size of bucket doesn't matter as long as it hold enough water to fill over the jeans. If you have levi's or other jeans with one of those papery tags on the back you can cover it up with masking tape. I have tried duct and packaging tape and so far blue painter's tape works the best.

YOU NEED GLOVES unless you want smurf colored hands...

Note: there is a way to dye your jeans using a big pot over the stove but that makes a mess in the pot and is INCREDIBLY hard to clean.

Nov 17, 2016 | Washing Machines

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How do I dye in my washer


You put the water into the machine, then add the dye to the water after it is filled up, use the hottest water you can use for your fabric. Let it agitate for a minute or two, then add the garment. Let it finish the wash cycle and it will be dyed. You can also dye things on top of the stove. Heat a pot of water, add dye, place garment into the dye and let it sit in the water for about 20 minutes then take it out and rinse in cold water.
Note: hot water will make your garments shrink, so be careful

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Ive got bleach on my black clothes, is there any way to fix it properly?


So sorry. The worst part about bleach is that it is very good at permanently erasing pigment.

You could theoretically dye your clothes (if they were all pure black ... it's going to dye everything, including prints). Look for "Rit". You will have to do it several times, and don't expect a miracle.


Also, when you're done, be sure to run the washer with nothing in it, so you don't accidentally partially dye your whites with the next load.

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RIT dye "white wash" turned lace blue


Sadly we can not .if rit dye company could not CLOROX bleach works for whitening .

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My Washing Machine lid is stained from dye from a wet black pillow that was placed on it. How do I remove the stain?


I suggest pouring a whole bottle of hydrogen peroxide on it and let it sit overnight. You can try the same thing with straight bleach. I have even mixed to the two together and found that it works but DO NOT suggest mixing the two together. There is a reaction that it caused by the two combined. Apart from that you may need to purchase the RIT color remover to see if that works.

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Changesd color


Black RIT dye.

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A pair of yellow cotton pants absorbed color from a blue item that was in the wash. How do you remove the stain from the pants?


Did you dry them in the dryer? if you did then the stain is set, and it wont come out.

If they where line dried or ? Start by washing them again, with the hottest setting they can take, using detergent. It may just wash out.

If not Rit dye has a colorant remover available, try that.

Good Luck.

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