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Re: Bleach



Just a remark - vinegar stabilizes the color. I used to do a lot of yarn
dying and a little vinegar adding to the bath made a huge difference in
the intensity and the stability of the color.

Miriam Schaer wrote:

> This is probably worse from an achival/conservation
> point of view, but my mother,
> the queen of laundry,  taught me that when ever
> you use bleach in the laundry to wash your clothes,
> you should but an equal part of vinegar in the rinse cycle
> to stop the action of the bleach
>
> I have no idea what the correct approach for
> stopping the action of the bleach would be
> in making of art, but most likely something
> similar.
>
> M Schaer
>
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