How to Reverse Tye Die Your Shirt With Bleach

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Looking for a fun way to up-cycle your clothes with things you most likely have in your home already?

Reverse tie dye with bleach is easy and fun and within minutes you will have uniquely designed clothes.

The only supplies you need are:

  • Clean dark shirt (the more cotton the better)
  • Rubber bands
  • Bleach
  • Squirt bottle (if you not have one, you can use an empty water bottle and poking a tiny hole in the cap)
  • Water
  • Gloves

Instructions:

  • Twist and tie your shirt with rubber bands (see video below to see how I tied mine)
  • Fill squirt bottle with 1 part water and one part bleach. ( I used 1 cup water and 1 cup of bleach)
  • Squirt solution all over shirt in the desired places you want bleached.
  • Let the shirt sit for about 30-40 minutes.
  • Once desired color is reached, removed rubber bands and rinse with cold water.
  • Wash and tumble dry, your shirt is ready to wear!

I have collaborated with the Albany Barn to bring you this detailed video on how to reverse tie dye your shirt with bleach.

Quarantorials! Episode 1 feat. Our Robins Nest

ABI x ECB x DIYWe tapped into our diverse network of creatives and artists to get a glimpse into their creative process while staying at home. The result is a new video series we're calling "Quarantorials"!For our first episode, we've partnered with Nicole of Our Robins Nest to bring you a DIY tutorial on tie dyeing with bleach!Our Robins Nest (www.ourrobinsnest.net) is a platform designed to educate, support, and raise awareness around modern day motherhood. Through her blog, Nicole helps create a lifestyle for moms who just don't 'have the time.' Check out Our Robins Nest for easy recipes, simple DIY's, and affordable style inspiration!

Posted by Albany Barn on Friday, May 8, 2020

These step by step instructions will get you on your way on how to do this fun project at home!

If you enjoyed this tutorial check out my other blog post on how to tie dye with coffee and tea!

How to tie dye with coffee and bleach
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My name is Nicole and I am a full time working mom to my toddler Franco. I love creating and sharing ideas. You can find me rummaging at estate sales, binge-watching The Golden Girls while chugging Diet Coke, listening to old school hip hop, supporting small businesses and being an advocate for maternal mental health.