How-to (Tricks)

Fixing Bleach Spots

Fixing Bleach Spots
Tibi designer Amy Smilovic got this tip from her mother early in her career, after a batch of vivid samples was almost ruined by a splash of errant whitener.

You'll need:

Tria System Pantone Markers. "They won't bleed on any fabric," Smilovic says, "and there are endless color options, so you can always find an exact match.

How's it done:

Wash the garment first, then just fill in any splotches with the marker. "Let it sink in for a day," she advises, "and then launder as usual. It sets permanently.

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