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How to Remove Yellow Stains on Canvas

Q: Canvas Stains I have a canvas tote bag and there are yellowed stains on the bag. The bag is white, so is it safe to bleach it? Or does that turn it yellow? Should I just take it to a dry cleaner? -- Karla Reply (Ref:0725)

Answer ref 0725 Canvas Stains.  I got yellow stains on my white canvas tennis shoes by trying to bleach them to remove dirt. I was able to remove the yellow bleach stains by soaking the shoes in a solution of 1/2 cup cream of tartar (I bought it from a store that sells bulk spices) and 1 quart of hot (almost boiling) water. The tip I read said to soak for 30 minutes, but it took 1-1/2 hours for my shoes. -- TD Pitts   10/07/2004 Note this will probably only work for white items with yellow stains caused by chlorine bleach. - Ed

Q: Dying Bleach Stains  How can you cover up the bleach "stains" on clothing? A friend has 2 sweaters, and a sweatshirt that have been damaged by bleach. They are small but noticeable spots. 2 are blue and the other is red. They are not solid colored items, so I need to know how to "spot" dye. Thank You. -- Donna Turner Reply (Ref:0450)

Q: Yellow bleach stains I made the mistake of bleaching brand-new white shorts, and now they have a yellow stain on them. Is there a way to get rid of the yellow? Thank you! -- Chris Drews Reply (Ref:0723)

Q: Bleach Stains. I bleached my daughter's white leather ball shoes to remove some stains and it turned them yellow how can I turn them back white. -- Pamela Smith. Reply. Jun 20 2007

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