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Old 06-17-2006, 05:53 PM   #1
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Bleeding diapers? Ack!

I recently bought a red velour (I think?) fitted Mutt on here, it had definitely been used before so Im not sure why it did this, but when I washed it, it bled pink onto some stuff! Why did it do that and what can I do to make it not do it again? I know Stacinator has some directions for bleeding wool, would that work or not? Help! I just put it through my regular wash with Sportswash and TTO in the rinse.

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Re: Bleeding diapers? Ack!

Red seems to do that more than any other color. You could try doing the vinegar/salt soak like you do with wool. It won't hurt it. Just make sure to rinse well. Some good HOT washes may be all it needs too. Sorry, that happened to you! I've had it happen with wool a few times. Thankfully it always washed out of the dipes.
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