Be careful with the dye; it stains a lot!
Hair dyes are very popular to us these days, but they can still leave annoying stains everywhere. Whether it’s hair dyes, clothes, or anything else, use it carefully to avoid spilling it all over the place.
Have you unfortunately spotted something? So here are some useful tips for removing stains.
1. Baking soda and hair dye
Have you spilled hair dye on your clothes? No problem! Simply pour baking soda over the stain and then wet it with a little vinegar. As soon as an emulsion is made, rub and then rinse to remove the stain.
- You can remove stains from bleach on white fabrics, of course.
- Then rinse.
3. Ammonia to remove a stain
- Wet a cloth
- Pour a few drops of ammonia on it.
- Then dab the stain.
- Protect your hands thoroughly.
4. Hair spray
- Spray hair spray on the stain,
- Then wait some times,
- And rub with a damp cloth.
A 5% hydro-sulfite hot water solution will be useful in cleaning stains from fabrics and other surfaces.
6. Hydrogen peroxide or oxygenated water
- Pour a little hydrogen peroxide on a soft cloth
- Dab the stain quickly
- Rinse and dry
It’s an excellent tip for efficiently removing the stain from the dye.
7. Lemon juice and tincture stain
By acting immediately, lemon juice can remove the stain.
8. White vinegar, natural stuff!
For a stain that has just fallen off, use white vinegar to clean it thoroughly—a good thing for clothes and other fabrics.
9. Cold wood ash
If you have spilled dye on your skin,
- Rub it gently with little cold ashes.
- Rinse with water.
To remove a stain from the wood, clean it with a cloth dampened with acetone. Then rinse.