How do you remove a color bleed stain?


In order to remove color bleed stain in clothes, you will need to rewash the clothes without the clothing that bled. Wash the clothing in non-chlorine bleach or white vinegar that is distilled. Once the clothes are washed, simply put them in the dryer.
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