How to Remove Tie Dye from Hands?


Soap, water and time are the most effective way of removing tie dye. You can try exfoliating to remove excess dead skin which has the paint on it. There is also a cleaner called ReDuRan that works pretty good but use before you add water.
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1. Wash your hands with warm water and hand soap. 2. Scrub your hands with a pumice stone and exfoliate your hands. Be careful; only the upper protective layer of dead skin cells
The best solution, after an ordinary scrubbing with mild soap, is
1. Buy a bottle of Murphy's Oil Soap. It should be available at most home improvement stores, big box stores, or even Dollar General. It's pretty inexpensive if you buy a small bottle
Any substance with bleach will remove it like regular bleach, or Tilex,or other similar products. You might try AJAX or Comet that has a grit with some bleach. To get rid of the odor
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I always end up getting a little dye on my hands whenever I happen to tie dye a shirt, or pants. I've found a little liquid soap, and some scrubbing will eventually do the trick. For more information see here: ;
It is recommended that gloves are used to protect hands from being stained during a tie dying process. However if you discover a colored tinge to the skin on your hands after the tie dying process, the best method for removal is the use of a skin exfoliating soap. Exfoliating the skin will removed the stain dead skin cells. The process of removing any stains from tie dye may take several sessions of scrubbing and washing to remove completely.
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