Simple Tips on Removing Hair Dye Stains

A moment of distraction during hair dye application can lead to an unsightly hair dye stain on your clothing, bathroom floor or any other bathroom surface. Hair dye stains like many others become much more difficult to remove when not treated on time. Once a stain dries, it adheres firmly to the surface it has stained and can be a real challenge to remove it with regular methods. Here are a few tips that will help you to get rid of hair dye stains quickly and easily.

  1. Wipe away the excess hair dye as soon as possible. This will make the stain easier to remove.
  2. Mix equal parts of vinegar and warm water into an empty spray bottle to remove hair dye stains from any type of fabric. Spray the stain with the mixture and blot it with a soft white cloth. Keep blotting and applying vinegar solution as needed until the stain is gone.
  3. To remove hair dye stains from marble surfaces, pour a small amount of rubbing alcohol on a cleaning cloth and rub it onto the surface until the stain is removed. You can also use rubbing alcohol to get rid of hair dye stains on tile flooring.
  4. Use carpet cleaner and warm water to remove hair dye stains from a carpet. Scrub with a soft cloth until the stain is gone. If you cannot remove the hair dye stain on your own, consider hiring professionals, such as cleaners Bishopsgate.
  5. Remove hair dye stains from clothing with ammonia and dish detergent. Mix a small amount of ammonia and dish detergent with warm water in a bucket, then soak the garment into the mixture for about an hour, then launder it as usual.

Note: Keep leather and suede away from hair dye, as the hair dye cannot be removed from these materials. Also, keep in mind that you can always call cleaners Blackfriars for advice, if the stain turns to be irremovable with the suggested methods.

December 14, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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