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Jan 4, 2007
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hi folks,

the other day i received my pair of trousers and i washed it along with my white shirt and at the end of it, to my dismay the coloring of the trousers has gotten onto my white shirt!!

i mean i really hate losing this shirt as my tailor has ran out of the fabric and i really like it! (i mostly wear it for interviews)

does anyone has a better solution to offer besides the one i'm currently using now? i soak the white shirt in some bleaching solution with VERY hot water for 2 days, and i can still see some patches of unwanted color on it.

maybe there's something i should do, something i should get to get back my white shirt?

appreciate all the help i can get, thanks!

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