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Washing woes

(5 Posts)
HootyMcOwlface Sun 02-Dec-18 17:53:34

Help! I’ve done a silly thing and put something in a dark wash that shouldn’t have gone in! It’s my work shirt and it has some cotton trims which should be white but have gone blue - any ideas on how to fix please?! I’ve rewashed it but it is no better, oh dear. blush

midgey Sun 02-Dec-18 18:00:04

You can buy a product that is supposed to cure your problem, think it’s called ‘dygone’ or something similar. Best of luck!,

HootyMcOwlface Sun 02-Dec-18 18:02:37

Really?! Thanks midgey I’ll look in Tescos! Phew!

HootyMcOwlface Tue 04-Dec-18 22:31:36

Been shopping and found some Dr Beckmann Colour Run Remover. Unfortunately it hasn’t! Currently trying a second box sad

kittylester Wed 05-Dec-18 07:56:54

Not much use now but I use those sheets that go in the washer to prevent runs. They often come out a very funny colour so I presume they work.

I think those sachets to remove runs only work immediately after.