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Literally the second time the shirt went through the wash holes in the bleached Si Tu N’as Pas De Caro Dans Ta Vie Alors Tu N’as Rien Shirt appeared. Big as your thumb then bigger as it weakened. So don’t use your fave or expensive tops! Glad I read comments. No way would I do this if after the second washing of the item the bleach starts to make holes in the clothing. Rather do this with fabric paint. Yep that’s exactly what bleach does. Came into the comments to tell people this is only good for a one off as it’s fall apart which I’m not sure makes it worth the effort. Not all crafts are a good idea posting as a lifetime crafter and sewer.
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That’s why you pour hydrogen peroxide over it once you’re done. It neutralizes the bleach. I did a similar bleach dyeing to a shirt for my husband last Si Tu N’as Pas De Caro Dans Ta Vie Alors Tu N’as Rien Shirt day and no holes whatsoever. I think it depends on how long you let the bleach sit on the fabric before you wash it off and how much use I have put my container of bleach in my laundry basket to go to the laundry room and it was opened and spilled on my fabric obviously when my shirts cuz I didn’t mean to but I washed it immediately and the shirts never had holes in it they ended up becoming my cleaning shirts that I would use to clean in but they never got holes. That’s a better idea. I did a bleach tiedye on a black shirt once. It was cool looking, but it really did make the fabric fragile.
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Bleach doesn’t stop “bleaching” fabric by simply washing with detergent. The bleach will keep eating away at the fiber until it is neutralized. To preserve the fabric (and avoid holes!) you need to rinse with water and then soak it in a bleach stop solution before washing it. If one dilutes the bleach you won’t get holes! I have made many shirts like that. Use a second hand cotton blend t-shirt. It’s a lot of fun and the possibilities are endless. My preferred technique is to use a small paintbrush and draw freehand designs on the shirts. Make sure you insert a cardboard in the center, if you do not want the design to transfer through to the other side of the shirt.
Years ago friend of mine taught me how to do that with a pair of jeans and a lace curtain. You put bleach and water in a spray bottle and just spray over the curtain that’s laying over your jeans. It worked perfectly and looks really good. we could do this for the TALONS shirts. Apparently diluted bleach, so it doesn’t kill the material, but it would be a cheap alternative, and we could even do it at kits almost or maybe at Char’s, so we can wash our hands. Only if the other options don’t Si Tu N’as Pas De Caro Dans Ta Vie Alors Tu N’as Rien Shirt obviously.