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#101422 - Mon Jun 10 2002 04:25 PM My Shirt is ruined!!!!!
janie_eva02 Offline

Registered: Sun Nov 04 2001
Posts: 239
Loc: British Columbia Canada
I just got a new shirt on Thursday of last week, and when my mom washed it-hand wash, the red sleaves got some of the red onto the main section of the rest of the white t-shirt! [Eek!] I was completly devested because it happend yesterday night. Can anyone sugguest ways in which I could remove the red marks on the white section and still be able to save my new and beloved t-shirt?? [Frown] [Confused] [Frown]
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#101423 - Mon Jun 10 2002 05:33 PM Re: My Shirt is ruined!!!!!
gillyharold Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 5917
Loc: Michigan USA
My suggestion janie is to read the post on use's for vinegar.

It suggests using white vinegar to remove stains, good luck.

[ June 10, 2002, 06:35 PM: Message edited by: gillyharold ]

#101424 - Mon Jun 10 2002 07:13 PM Re: My Shirt is ruined!!!!!
lefois Offline
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Registered: Fri Feb 01 2002
Posts: 6246
Loc: Kitimat BC 
...or you can dye the whole thing red, which would probably produce two different reds, if it's totally unsalvageable....or even black or blue! [Frown]

#101425 - Sun Jun 30 2002 09:07 AM Re: My Shirt is ruined!!!!!
sue943 Offline

Registered: Sun Dec 19 1999
Posts: 36836
Loc: Jersey
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If the garment's instructions said it was hand-washable and your mother adhered to the instructions I should take it back to the shop and ask for a refund. If it was dry clean only and your mother washed it you have no claim.
Many a child has been spoiled because you can't spank a Grandma!

#101426 - Sun Jun 30 2002 03:06 PM Re: My Shirt is ruined!!!!!
Linda1 Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 11250
Loc: Munchkinland
Darn, I'm too late! I was going to respond just as Sue did - that if you washed it according to directions, you can get a replacement from the store.

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