Can You Use Bleach on Polyester?

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Polyester is a type of fabric that is man-made and is characterized by strong, woven fibers. One should not use bleach on fabrics that are made out of polyester. They should be dry-cleaned if the stain does not come out by washing.
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1. Read the packaging on the bottle of bleach carefully to determine the appropriate ration of bleach to water. Some brands of bleach are already diluted while others are more potent
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If you bleach polyester it will most likely get damaged and turn an unpleasant
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wash i cold water and DO NOT DRY! Spread pants on table or flat surface.
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Do not use a chlorine bleach on this type of fabric. You may want to try one of the dye color removers that is available where dye is sold. It might fade the color without damaging
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