Unfortunately for my favorite leggings they got a splash of bleach on them.
My Solution - more bleach and a little awesomeness.
I used a bleach pen that you can find in the cleaning aisle at the grocery store or Target.
Place a piece of foil, paper bag, or something thick between the layers of your piece. Make your design, and let it sit for about 30 minutes so it can really soak in.
Then just throw them in the wash and you have your one-of-a-kind finished product!
I also did a shirt even though it didn't have any bleach on it before. I really loved the design and I can't stop thinking about what to bleach next!
The possibilities are endless, think about how many things you can bleach. Old t-shirts, rags, kitchen cloths, totes, headbands, socks, undies.. the list goes on.
** Something to note: I've had a bunch of questions about this project where the material is "bleached" but the stain doesn't stay. The first shirt that I bleached was from the GAP and the same thing happened to me. I did a quick search and what I've come up with is that the material probably has a polyester or other synthetic content, most synthetics can not be bleached (think plastic). The shirt that I share here was from Target and it was 100% cotton. So be sure to check your materials before investing time in a great design!**
Have anything in mind to bleach? Have you ever come up with a crafty solution to fix an unfortunate one? I'd love to hear about it!