We all have had some problem with our clothes and bleach. The mere fact of cleaning our home can cause a drop of bleach to splash on our colored clothes, fading them almost immediately.
Although we thought that those stains would never come out, there are some homemade tricks to remove them and be able to use those clothes again as if they were just bought.
How to remove bleach stains from clothes
We can mix vinegar and alcohol, moisten a clean cloth and place it on the stain, without rubbing it, since the stain could spread. Soak the area and wash with cold water. Repeat the process as many times as necessary.
You can also add alcohol to neutralize the bleaching effect. If there is not at hand, wash with plenty of water immediately so that the stain does not grow. If despite these efforts the stain does not come out, we can use a cotton soaked in vodka and rub gently to reduce the bleached area.
Another home remedy is to make a mixture with the following products: a tablespoon of sodium thiosulfate and a cup of water. With the preparation ready, soak a cloth and place it on the stain for about 10 or 15 minutes for it to take effect. Finally, wash with plenty of cold water and dry it in the shade, avoiding the sun.
Also, you can resort to the hack of covering the stain with a clothing dye of the same shade or a slightly stronger one to ensure that it will almost completely disappear. Paint can also be used.