People often ask us how can we remove yellow bleach stains off white vans? Sometimes it happens, the bleach gives a yellow dirty look to white vans and makes them look bad. But nothing to worry you can remove the bleach stains from your white vans. How to Remove Yellow Bleach Stains with some easy steps, hope you can like this and get your shoes clean as well.
How to Remove Yellow Bleach Stains
The bleach in the market uses a yellow dye and unfortunately, sometimes it can damage the white surfaces. If you remove the yellow dye from bleach, the stain can be removed too. You can easily accomplish this if follow the below steps.
Things You Will Need to remove the stains from white vans:
- RIT Dye remover
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Soft cloths or a sponge
- Isopropyl alcohol
- cotton balls
Steps to Remove the Yellowed Stain from white vans:
- Dip the cotton balls or sponge in alcohol to moisten them
- Use the moistened cotton ball to rub over the area with a stain in a circular motion
- If you feel stains are still there, let the alcohol sit up there for a few minutes and wipe it out with a clean cloth.
- Once you have wiped out the alcohol, rinse the sponge with plain water and remove all the alcohol. Then use this sponge to clean the white vans.
- Let the vans dry thoroughly. If the stains are still there, moist the sponge with hydrogen peroxide and rub it on the stain. If there is still some remaining pour couple of drops of hydrogen peroxide on the stained area and let it sit for 15 minutes.
- Rinse the vans with clean water and let it dry.
So these are some few steps to remove yellow bleach stains from your white Vans, White Sneakers and also from white Air Force 1 and White Converse shoes easily. I hope you like this method and if you remove stains successfully then comment below and share this article for us.