How do you use a bleach pen on fabric?

How do you use a bleach pen on fabric?

Shake the bleach pen and squeeze a bit of the bleach gel onto a rag. Make sure what comes out is white gel, not a clear and watery liquid. If you don’t shake the pen before using it, the heavier bleach will be in the bottom of the pen, making the last of your lines more bleached out than the beginning lines.

How do you bleach jeans with a bleach pen?


  1. Write design in chalk on your denim.
  2. Make sure you’re using 100% cotton.
  3. Take your bleach pen and write over your chalk outline.
  4. Let clothing dry for over 3 hours.

How do you bleach white leggings?

Try using one part bleach to four or five parts water. Always dilute the bleach as straight bleach can damage clothing, irritate your skin, and ruin the other clothes in your next few wash cycles. Leave your clothing submerged in the bleach solution for at least five minutes.

How do I bleach my pants?

In a spray bottle with 100% Bleach, spray the bleach directly on to the jeans, until they are wet. Leave the bleach on for as long as you like. 1 hour will make a slightly lighter shade, it could take hours to pull most of the jean colour out making it near white in the sprayed areas.

Do bleach pens work?

The bleach pen is dual tipped with a fine point and a broad scrubber to let you remove stains with precision and control with the power of Clorox bleach. It works on household surfaces and laundry so that you can write-off stains for good, wherever they are.

Are Clorox bleach pens still made?

Unfortunately, this bleach pen has been discontinued by the manufacturer as of 10/1/2018. Please view our full line of laundry detergents & additives for products we still have available.

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How long do you let bleach dye sit?

Let sit for 10 to 30 minutes. Check on your shirt every few minutes to see how it’s looking. You don’t want to leave the bleach on for too long because it can damage the fabric and ruin the shirt.

What color does bleach turn black?

Sometimes, a black piece of clothing will turn nearly white after being bleached, and other times, it will be a streaky orange or even remain its original black. The fabric type and the kind of dye that was used on the black fabric affects how much dye you’ll be able to strip away.

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