Author Topic: Remove bra stain  (Read 1341 times)

Offline hawkdaboo3

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I just purchased new bra from soma last week and somehow stained it when I tried to wash it after a workout. I used a little bit of very gentle dish washing detergent and hand soap(soap soft). it left this like stain i think it was a bleed through or something- i don't know how to remove the stain and if i can even return it. 

bikerbob

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I use Spray N Wash or similar product to get deodorant stains out.  Worth a try.

Orb

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I'm confused.  You buy an article of clothing, wear it, wash it, damage it, then feel bad you can't return the very garment you damaged.  :-\

  Perhaps now is a good time to sit back, reevaluate  this paradigm, learn from it and move on.
« Last Edit: March 07, 2022, 11:05:09 AM by Orb »

Offline hawkdaboo3

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I am trying to figure out how to fix it.... and remove the stain @Orb

Offline hawkdaboo3

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I use Spray N Wash or similar product to get deodorant stains out.  Worth a try.
Is the spray N wash fit for washing bras and delicate clothing? 



aboywithgirls

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I've been wearing a bra for a long time now. Chances are that any bra issues you may have, I've already delt with.

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Sophie


bikerbob

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The article cautions you about using dish detergent because it will allegedly fade the colors.  I have been hand washing my bras in Dawn for years and have not observed that to be the case.  The formerly nude colored ones I machine washed in the past have all faded to kind of a dirty grey.  The ones I hand wash still look great.  I would take that advice with a large grain of salt.  Hand wash your bras, they will last twice as long.
« Last Edit: March 06, 2022, 11:22:59 PM by felix »


 

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