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Fix it: Bleach Spots on Black | Haute Macabre

Fix it: Bleach Spots on Black

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Do you ever discover something really basic but amazing and need to share it immediately with everyone? That’s how I feel about Sharpie’s Rub-A-Dub Laundry marker. Best $3 I’ve spent in ages.  Marketed for putting kids’ names in the tags of their T-shirts for camp, the Rub-A-Dub is basically a Sharpie that doesn’t wash out.

SHARPIE. THAT. DOESN’T. WASH. OUT.

You know those little bleach spots on clothing that come from cleaning and doing laundry while wearing all black? The ones you tried to color in with a Sharpie that one time but they just turned blue and then went back to being bleached? Fixed. Boom. Just like that.

And while you’re at it, get rid of the unexplained pink contrast stitching on that one thing you like otherwise.

 

Erin
Erin is a web developer and lover of tiny dogs, ghost stories, and too much eyeliner.

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  1. Oh, it seems to be new to Goths over the big Pond :) I’ve been using These (other brand, same effect) for quite some time to label my things, yes, overdraw light spots and such, and to draw my designs on Grey and red fabric (Shirts, or just Basic fabric I wanted to have a certain pattern). A beamer is quite helpful for the bigger Sheets you want to cover with, say, spiderwebs – you can’t find spiderwebbed bedsheets outside Halloween season here in europe.

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