To remove pink coloring from clothing, mix an ammonia solution and submerge the garments before laundering with vinegar added. If the pink coloring persists, soak the garments in oxygen-based bleach at eight-hour intervals until the color is faded.Continue Reading
In a plastic tub, mix equal parts ammonia, water and dish detergent. Mix the solution well.
Brush the solution onto a small, inconspicuous area. Leave on for a few minutes. Rinse away the solution, and check for discoloration from the solution. If no discoloration occurs, proceed.
While wearing protective gloves, place the garment into the tub, making sure it is totally submerged. Agitate the clothing, allowing the solution to completely penetrate the fabric.
Wash the clothing alone with your regular laundry detergent and 1 cup of distilled vinegar. Check the clothing to see if the pink coloring is gone before placing the garments into the dryer. If it is not gone, do not dry the clothes.
If the pink coloring is still evident and the clothes are bleach safe, make a bleach solution. Pour cool water into a plastic tub, and add the manufacturer's recommended amount of oxygen-based bleach. Mix well.
Submerge the clothes in the bleach solution, and let them sit for a minimum of eight hours. If the pink coloring is gone, launder the clothes as usual. If not, make a fresh bleach solution, and soak the clothing for an additional eight hours. Repeat this procedure until the pink coloring is gone.
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