Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Stained

This picture was taken 3 months ago. It was the 1st time baby wearing a Q-Loc (anyone, help me with the spelling / the correct name please). SIL bought for YX when he was 1 year old and now, it was passed down to baby. However, that was also the last time baby will be wearing it because............
IT WAS STAINED !!!!!




I've put everything into the washing machine to wash. Without realising, I've accidentally put in 1 of hubby's BLUE short which will run colours and it stained some of the clothings being washed in that same cycle. From the picture the stained looked very mild, but it was actually very obvious.
Does anyone knows how to get rid of this stained ? :(

33 comments:

  1. Yes, I also want to know. Anyone?

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  2. hmmm, looks like very difficult to get rid of it.. maybe just wear this at home, then keep washing to let the stain fade..

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  3. waste lo... but still can wear at home.

    how to get rid of this stained ar... mmmm very hard bo...

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  4. Maine has a lot of clothes with these kind of stains coz the mum *cough cough* tak tahu cuci baju... I keep them away in her Maine's Box... Some, I will let her wear at home and keep washing them until the stain goes away :)

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  5. oh dear...what a waste eh? if it's white then easier to get rid of the stain.

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  6. Can try send it to laundry shop. My mom try b4, the girl from the laundry shop used some kind of chemical to rid away the stain.

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  7. Use bleach and make the whole thing white?

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  8. Hm..i duno if there's a way, but i had this problem before but worst that urs. One my shirt got the same color stained like urs but much bigger patch. I duno wat to do but i wash it every day till the stain really faded..hahah

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  9. Err... I also don't know how wor. I have one nice evening dress also kena stained... coz I did not know one of the other shirt the color come out. So bye-bye to that evening dress.

    As for kids one, just let them wear at home. No one can see. Hahaha!

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  10. Me no domestic goddess so I have lots of stained clothes LOL! And yeah, how to spell Q-Loc ah? I didnt even know that it was the name of this kinda fashion!

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  11. Can dye it blue...or do tie-dye with blue colour - very trendy! LOL!!!

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  12. u know what is garbage enzyme? soak it in the enzyme , it will fade gradually. maybe it takes 1-2 days, or 3 days.. but always change the water. garbage enzyme easily can buy now, in pasar or anywhere u know in seremban? if not, i have formula to do this at home. i have been doing the enzyme and they are very useful, can wash clothes, wash dishes, floor, and oso good antiseptic, all natural without chemical....

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  13. Sheoh Yan ~ haha....you got lots of stained cloths at home?

    [SK] ~ I will prefer for her to wear when going outing. At home too stuffy and uncomfortable la. Do you really think washing a few times, the stain can be removed?

    CH Voon ~ Ya la...waste. So heartache to throw. But wear at home very stuffy.

    Lilhyppo's mum ~ Hmmm.....a good reason to shop for Maine's cloths. haha.....

    mommy to chumsy ~ Ya ...what a waste. And I don't want to dress baby up in those stained cloths. Not nice lo...

    vickylow ~ Oh really! Hmm...never thought of laundry shops.

    Kelvin ~ haha....if the whole thing can turn evenly white, than ok. If it became 1 patch white here and there....even worst.

    Mommy Ling ~ Haha...wash everyday! Maybe I should start throwing that piece into the washing machine everynight so the stain can be faded.

    cheeyee ~ Aiyo...evening dress arr....so very heartache lo. For this kind of q-loc, wear at home very hot le.

    Family First ~ LOL....everyone seems to have stained cloths at home! I simply hantam the Q-loc because I heard my relative mentioned before. But not really sure if that is the correct name. haha

    suituapui ~ wow...later look like clown wor!

    mummy-J ~ Wah! u really have lots of ideas. Yes yes...that enzyme my mum knows how to make. She uses that to wash dishes. I find them very SMELLY! haha....never like le. Should get some from her now.

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  14. Oh this is called Q-Loc? I didn't know that. I always referred to it as overalls or dungaree. I agree with some of the comments here to let her wear at home and wash repeatedly. The stain will fade eventually but it takes time lah...

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  15. aisey....if on;y boey joey is there..she sure know how to rescue and revamp this baju :D

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  16. THere is Bleach for colours right? I wonder if soaking it with detergent mix with bleach works or not..hehe. The enzyme might do the thing.

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  17. Ya.. i think use color bleach. but nowadays the bleach won't bleach the color away. u can try..

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  18. Chloe ~ I heard that Q-loc from some relatives but not sure of the spelling. Hope I did not spread wrong message here. LOL!

    smallkucing ~ Oh yes! oh yes! She will definately think of something. psst...BoeyJoey *hint hint hint*

    Mummy Gwen ~ Ooo...I actually do not know there are bleach for colours.I thought all bleaches are for white clothings.

    BroccoliGinger ~ If bleach half half how?? haha.. I dare not try to bleach le....

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  19. Q-locs is combination of skirt and pants together.. for ladies only. the spelling i not sure.

    we call this dungaree or jumper...

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  20. my MIL had stained her fav shirt before, and she used enzyme to soak. the magic works, the stain all gone....she was very happy!

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  21. LOL... I have to really googgle online before I get back to you! Ciao!

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  22. This suggests "enzyme"
    http://www.ehow.com/how_113053_remove-mystery-stains.html

    This suggests "club soda" or 7 up
    http://www.essortment.com/all/howstainremove_rvfj.htm

    This suggests "vinegar"
    http://www.wisegeek.com/how-do-i-remove-stains-from-clothing.htm

    Have a nice day ahead!

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  23. Definitely not BLEACH! I think a strong enzyme would do but wonder whether it is too late for that. maybe just wear at home or when he goes "dirty".

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  24. Little Lamb ~ Oh, thks! Now I know the correct name. Paisey, to use it wrongly over here. LOL.

    Mummy-J ~ Wow....so 'jian siao'.

    Alice Law ~ LOL! Thks for the googled. I never thought ot it!

    Rose ~ Ya...heard of the goodies of enzyme. But hate the smell.

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  25. There r so many useful suggestions here. Do try them out n let us know which one worked ya. :)

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  26. slavemom ~ haha...ok ok....wait till I tried them first.

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  27. One of the way is to wash it many, many times or rounds until the stain fades. But again that method will work if the stain is not the super-degil type!

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  28. Alice Phua ~ Oh dear. I just kept it aside after the stain. Hopefully, it still can go off. Gonna try the enzyme method. See if I can get hold of some enzyme from my mum first.

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  29. Alice Phua ~ Oh dear. I just kept it aside after the stain. Hopefully, it still can go off. Gonna try the enzyme method. See if I can get hold of some enzyme from my mum first.

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  30. One of the way is to wash it many, many times or rounds until the stain fades. But again that method will work if the stain is not the super-degil type!

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  31. THere is Bleach for colours right? I wonder if soaking it with detergent mix with bleach works or not..hehe. The enzyme might do the thing.

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  32. Sheoh Yan ~ haha....you got lots of stained cloths at home?

    [SK] ~ I will prefer for her to wear when going outing. At home too stuffy and uncomfortable la. Do you really think washing a few times, the stain can be removed?

    CH Voon ~ Ya la...waste. So heartache to throw. But wear at home very stuffy.

    Lilhyppo's mum ~ Hmmm.....a good reason to shop for Maine's cloths. haha.....

    mommy to chumsy ~ Ya ...what a waste. And I don't want to dress baby up in those stained cloths. Not nice lo...

    vickylow ~ Oh really! Hmm...never thought of laundry shops.

    Kelvin ~ haha....if the whole thing can turn evenly white, than ok. If it became 1 patch white here and there....even worst.

    Mommy Ling ~ Haha...wash everyday! Maybe I should start throwing that piece into the washing machine everynight so the stain can be faded.

    cheeyee ~ Aiyo...evening dress arr....so very heartache lo. For this kind of q-loc, wear at home very hot le.

    Family First ~ LOL....everyone seems to have stained cloths at home! I simply hantam the Q-loc because I heard my relative mentioned before. But not really sure if that is the correct name. haha

    suituapui ~ wow...later look like clown wor!

    mummy-J ~ Wah! u really have lots of ideas. Yes yes...that enzyme my mum knows how to make. She uses that to wash dishes. I find them very SMELLY! haha....never like le. Should get some from her now.

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  33. Err... I also don't know how wor. I have one nice evening dress also kena stained... coz I did not know one of the other shirt the color come out. So bye-bye to that evening dress.

    As for kids one, just let them wear at home. No one can see. Hahaha!

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