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Fix a faded spot?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pnewelljr, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. pnewelljr

    pnewelljr Senior member

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    I just got a pair of shorts and had worn them maybe 4 times, and the most recent time I wore them, I didnt notice it actually happen, but I looked down and there was a big white splotch on them (they are royal blue). I thought it was paint at first, but I could scratch it away mostly with my finger, I went to the bathroom and tried to get most of it off with some soap and water. When I got home I treated the spot with stain removers and then washed it. When it came out it looked perfect, but after it dried I noticed that the area was now faded (or it could be residue from the white stuff). Is there anything I can do to fix this or are the shorts ruined (the fade isnt really that noticeable, but I know it will bother me every time I put them on)?
     
  2. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    If it's faded, there's nothing you can do except cover it with a dye.
     

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