UAportal tells you about unique and effective methods of removing hair dye stains from clothes. Say goodbye to stubborn stains with these practical tips.
Vinegar and baking soda
An effective method for removing hair dye stains from clothes involves creating a paste with vinegar and baking soda. Equal parts of vinegar and baking soda are mixed to form a paste.
Apply the paste directly to the stain and leave it for about 15-20 minutes. After that, you can gently rub it off with a brush or sponge.
Lemon juice and salt solution
Another way to remove hair dye stains from clothes is to use a mixture of lemon juice and salt. Squeeze fresh lemon juice into a bowl and add plenty of salt to form a thick paste.
Apply the resulting paste directly to the stain and rub gently with a cloth or sponge. Leave the paste on for about 10 minutes to allow the stain to disappear.
Nail polish remover
Nail polish remover can be quite effective in removing stubborn hair dye stains on clothing. It is important to make sure that the liquid does not contain acetone, as it can damage the fabric.
Apply a small amount of nail polish remover to a cotton pad or cotton swab and gently wipe the stained area. Avoid strong friction, as this can cause further damage or spreading of the colorant.
As a reminder, we've already told you how to properly wash your collar and cuffs to keep them looking their best.
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