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Indigo from denim all over bathtub

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jumpman69, Jul 11, 2006.

  1. jumpman69

    jumpman69 Member

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    Chea playas,
    How do I clean dried out indigo from 501 STF's from the bathtub?
     
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    DNW Senior member

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    Bathroom cleaner.
     
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  4. cheapmutha

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    oH SF Gurus,

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    use the search button
     
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    greentea Well-Known Member

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    shouldn't have used the bath tub.
     
  6. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Senior member

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    damn... one more reason not to buy stf.... i washed my cmf homme and there was no indigo on the tub, and the water had almost none either, which is strange since they have some good fading(welll whiskers at 3 weeks)

    denim stayed dark too....
     
  7. ron

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    Try Bon Ami powder cleanser, if you can find it. It seems to remove any stain I ever get on my 68 year old kitchen sink - which gets stained by anything that is poured into it.
     
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    What did you do to them to get indigo in the tub?
     
  9. jumpman69

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    Well, I put them in a bucket for a couple of hours and I left them hanging in the back of the bathtub. So if you could imagine a long stream of indigo going down the drain and dried up, that's my tub.

    I sprinkled some baking soda on the stains last night, and it cleared most of it away, but I'll finish it off with a cleaner. Didn't want to use it last night cause of the stench.
     
  10. jumpman69

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    Hey, also,
    how can you be sure that the jeans are completely done shrinking. I know they have done some shrinking, but I don't know if it shrank all the way.

    I thought a lot of the indigo was gone because the bucket I put them in was almost like blue water colors, but the jeans still have that shine from when I got them.
     
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    I'd just let it go. Distressing is good.
     

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