How to Mend Bleach Spots from Laminate Floors How to Mend Bleach Spots from Laminate Floors

What You'll Need
Hydrogen Peroxide
RIT Dye Remover
Cleaning cloths
Water
Cotton balls
Rubber gloves
Small bowl
Toothbrush

There is a yellow dye in bleach spots that can stain surfaces. To remove this stain you will have to remove the dye. 

Step 1 – Applying the Hydrogen Peroxide

Put on your rubber gloves. Apply hydrogen peroxide to a cotton ball. Test a small stained area before using any of the solutions. Rub the cotton ball on the stained spot. If necessary, leave the hydrogen peroxide on the stain for two minutes before rubbing spot. If the stain still remains, make another paste solution by combining the RIT dye remover with a small amount of water. 

Step 2 – Removing the Hydrogen Peroxide

Immerse the cleaning cloth in cool, clear water. Remove the hydrogen peroxide by rinsing the area with the cloth. Allow the area to dry. 

Step 3 – Applying RIT Dye Remover

Make a paste solution by combining the RIT dye remover with a small amount of water in a small bowl. Use the toothbrush to apply the paste to the stained area. Leave for several minutes. 

Step 4 – Removing the RIT Dye Remover

Immerse the cleaning cloth in cool, clear water. Remove the hydrogen peroxide by rinsing the area with the cloth. Allow the area to dry.

 

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