You can't! Unfortunately when you use bleach on fabric or shoes your damaging and removing the color and yellow is what is left from the chemicals cause bleach removes dye, sorry this happened to me after only having them for a couple days I was pissed! You can try white shoe Polish tho (:
sorry but there is no way to remove bleach stains. reason is that bleach causes decoloration and not a stain.
bleach stains cannot be removed.
you can't but you can get a permanent maker and color the bleach stains
You cannot remove bleach stains. Most stains deposit something on top of your clothing, but bleach actually takes the dye out of your clothing. You can try to redye the stain to match the rest of the garment.
Bleach can be used to remove stains from cloth, but cannot remove permanent marker from cloth. It can probably also be used to remove stains on flat, solid surfaces, or to whiten something.
Yes. Bleach, white vinegar and lemon juice are often suggested to remove such stains.
You don't. There is no color left after the bleach.
It's to remove yellow surface discoloration or stains (e.g.,tobacco stains)
the chemical is chlorine
If bleach will not remove the stains from your tablecloth, the stains will not come out. One way to save the tablecloth would be to dye it a different color. You can find dye at any craft store or supermarket.
Try products like Oxyclean to remove grass stains.
You can remove stains on ceramic tiles with bleach. Put on gloves and use straight bleach with a scrub brush. After you get the stain off, clean the area with a mild soap and rinse.
Bleach does not have much of a reaction with blood. Bleach can, however, be used to remove blood stains from clothing.
A spray made out of a weak solution of bleach will remove stains.
Bleach tends to remove the color or anything it touches. Unless a person dyes the fabric, or finds a specialist , there is no way to fix these stains.
bleach Or if that cant be used nappy sann
Wine is best
Bleach might do it. Also investigate the cause of the stains by observing pool users.
Yellow stains are tough to remove. Recommendation: good, old- fashioned bleach.
Try scrubbing it handed washed or just use bleach
get color dye and or alcohol may work
Clorox Bleach is better at removing stains!!