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Most fabric dyes can be removed from the skin with a mild soap and some patience. This is because many dyes have properties to prevent them from soaking into living cells. As a result, fabric dye staining is usually limi... More »

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There are several ways of removing hair dye from skin and most involve the use of unconventional cleaning agents including nail polish, toothpaste, baking soda and even WD-40. Hair dyes, especially the permanent and semi... More »

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Though egg dye and vegetable food coloring are meant to stain, the dyes can be removed easily with household products. One way to remove egg dye is to simply rub the stain with vinegar. A paste made from baking soda and ... More »

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Washing with soap or detergent rarely removes Easter egg dye from skin. While some people recommend cleaning with toothpaste, this does not work well either. Vinegar is an excellent option since it is used to dissolve th... More »

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To remove dye from your hands, wash them thoroughly with soap and water. If the dye is still in place, exfoliate your skin using a pumice stone. As a last resort, use a diluted solution of bleach and water to remove rema... More »

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An effective way to remove hair dye from clothes is to stretch the fabric over a bucket, pour diluted ammonia through the stained area, rinse the fabric and launder it according to the instructions on its care label. Thi... More »

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To remove fabric softener stains from clothes, soak the stain in warm water, rub with a bar of soap, dishwashing liquid or shampoo, then launder the item normally without adding fabric softener. Avoid drying the item wit... More »

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