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Learn how to tie dye with bleach in this Howcast video.

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Tie Dye Bleaching ♥ DIY Fashion

Here is an actually a really good example that you can see the original grey and all the gradations into the pink. So the longer you keep it in the bleach, you’ll see different colors appear, eventually this will all become white, but throughout you can stop the process by simply rinsing it in water as soon as you want or when you’re happy with the color obtained. So I’m going to unfold it carefully, and you can see my final box pattern and all these colors when I didn’t use anything but bleach. This is how you can do some tie dyeing using bleach.

Here is an actually a really good example that you can see the original grey and all the gradations into the pink. So the longer you keep it in the bleach, you’ll see different colors appear, eventually this will all become white, but throughout you can stop the process by simply rinsing it in water as soon as you want or when you’re happy with the color obtained. So I’m going to unfold it carefully, and you can see my final box pattern and all these colors when I didn’t use anything but bleach. This is how you can do some tie dyeing using bleach.

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    Last summer, we were obsessed with . No, really . . . we just about dyed anything white in sight. So when asked us to include a DIY in their , we knew a new tie dye project was absolutely in order. And as the weather is beginning to warm up, what better time than now to start experimenting with reverse tie dye using bleach! Black tees and tops: watch out!

    Another technique that you can use for tie dyeing is bleach dyeing, which is pretty much a reverse dyeing technique, so instead of adding color, you’ll be wanting to remove color out of a colored fabric. For bleach dyeing you can use plain bleach that should be as simple as possible, so it’s in its most concentrated state. I’ve already prepared my fabric by folding it in accordion style both ways and then it’s gathered together with rubber bands and I also presoak it, so it will receive easily the bleach.