How to Remove Hair Dye From Fabric
Remove hair dye from fabric by dabbing the stain with rubbing alcohol, blotting the fabric with turpentine or trying hydrogen peroxide. Launder the stained fabric after any stain removal treatment with instructions from a stain specialist and mother of five in this free video on stain removal.
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Hi, I'm Sue, in West Jordan. And we're here today to try and see if we can get out a hair dye stain, out of clothing. Sometimes when you're dying your hair, it will fall on your shirt. And one of the first things that you can try is, taking a white cloth, and using a little bit of rubbing alcohol, and lightly dabbing the spot. You know, do it enough, to kind of make the fabric damp. Then go ahead, and run it, and wash it in cold water, and see if that takes it out at the time. Another thing, after you've washed the garment, and if it hasn't come out, you could use a little bit of turpentine if you want to, but be very careful with it. And then again after you blot it onto the article of clothing, launder the fabric, to get rid of the turpentine, to see if the stain has come out. Another thing you could do in the same manner if that doesn't work, is hydrogen peroxide. Some hair stylist have used, a combination of lemon juice, and cream of tartar. That might also help you remove the hair dye stain.