But, just a little FYI incase it does..
These little tips will save you time & money in the future
Last week I was dying cheescloth for photo props..
I used this kind and ran it through with my wash. (dye was red)
After the cycle was done.. I ran another cycle with the same load (that was dyed red) again with detergent.
Well the next day.. not even thinking about the previous washing day..
I ran a load of my favorite whites and creams.
and to my dismay, every single one of my whites were this mauve ugly pink!!
i literally felt sick... because i had two favorite cream items that i knew would never be cream again..
Luckily it could have been much worse because all of them were white, all solids and none of them had prints but one.
I ran my new mauve pink load back through the wash with bleach added in through the top dispenser.. It didn't budge at all in color! strike 1.
So, I asked people for advice on how to get my whites back white and I tried a couple of different things people recommended...
Didn't work at all! If anything it turned it more of a purple tone.
BTW, In between trying different solutions - I had to run the clothes I was trying to fix back through the wash with detergent - so the product wasn't left set in before I tried something new.
TALK ABOUT A WASTE OF TIME & DETERGENT!!
LASTLY, i tried Clorox Bleach
straight out of the bottle.. I put 2-3 items at a time in a big pot that I had and I poured straight clorox bleach into the pot... letting the clothes soak in there anywhere from 6-10 minutes depending on the item.. there were some items that were more stubborn like my white skinny jeans & my cream lace top.. I left them in for longer up to 30 minutes. I was a bit nervous leaving them in bleach for a long period of time.. because I have had it destroy fabric before but 30 minutes didn't harm it.
It is a long process, you use a lot of bleach, and its messy.
For 8-10 items of clothing I used a big bottle and a half.