Have you seen people wearing those fun bleached t shirts? I love how they look, but I never realized how easy it is to make your own. Today I’m going to show you how to make your own bleach spray shirt in just 10 minutes!
I wanted to make my own design, so I used my Cameo to create a cute little owl and cut it out of Silhouette’s stencil vinyl. But if you have a pre-made stencil that you love, that will work great too! Either way, the first thing you need to do is make sure your shirt is clean and wrinkle free. To protect the back of the shirt from bleach, slide a piece of cardboard inside the shirt. Make sure the cardboard is big enough to protect the entire shirt from any bleach overspray!
White King Multi Bleach Spray leaves surfaces hygienically clean and deodorised. Eradicates mould; hygienically cleans; kills germs such as E. coli, Salmonella and Staphylococcus; for use on hard surfaces around the home.
A. What you describe is a frequent issue, and the reason we do NOT recommend making/using a bleach spray solution. The sodium hypochlorite active in Clorox® Regular-Bleach reacts with metal parts in the ordinary trigger spray assembly and basically creates a rust solution. One needs specially treated metal parts like those used in our Clorox® Clean-Up® Spray Cleaner trigger to avoid the problem. The longer the contact time for the bleach solution and trigger, then the more likely you are to see the rust solution. Obviously, the rust solution will NOT be providing the desired surface disinfecting you intended.