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post #16 of 17
Since we're on the topic of bleach...

I have a pin-head-sized burn on the sleeve of a white shirt caused by my (now tossed off a bridge) iron. Does anyone think that a drop of bleach directly onto that area would lessen/get rid of the burn mark? I see vinegar and hydrogen peroxide as other options online; just wondering if anyone else has ever dealt with a burn mark. Shirt hasn't been washed yet so I don't know how much it may dissipate on its own. shog[1].gif

post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by Upward View Post

Will bleach damage fine dress shirts? How much should be added to a wash? half a cup? a full cup?

What is the best way to remove stains around the collar? I've tried resolve and sprays and they do not work.

The best way is to sit down and uses washing soap to rub the collars and the body.

No need for spary, bleach. Sometimes, using a small amount of washing liquid on the collars, then washing machine also works, if you are out of time.

Don't bother to dry clean it, that's not very good for the fabric.
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