How do I Remove Bleeding Dyes Out of Fabric?

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There are few ways to remove stains caused by bleeding dyes. The most easiest and safest way is to soak the item in a color safe bleach until the stains fade then wash the item. You can use a dye fixative to prevent future problems with bleeding. If none of these work or you don't want to use these methods you can use chlorine bleach and with a cloth remove the stain by hand but this takes time and good eyesight. The first way is the one I use all the time. You can find more information here: www.howtocleanstuff.net
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The best way for you to remove some bleeding dyes out of your fabric is to wash them in warm water. You can also use a little bit of baking soda to help the process along.
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