How to Remove Dye From Hands
Have a happy dyeing project and protect your skin from staining. Before you start a DIY dyeing project make sure that you have rubber (or plastic gloves) on hand. After that protect your work area and follow the easy-to-use dyeing instructions on the Tintex box.
Of course, sometimes you can still get a little dye where you weren't totally expecting it. Cleaning up is simple, the sooner you detect the dye transfer the better. Washing hands thoroughly with soap and water help make a big difference. For cleaning your work area you can try a mixture of bleach and water. Bleach can be a little harsh on skin so try to stick with soap and water for stain removal on yourself.
Remove Dye Stains from Your Skin
If you accidentally get some dye on your skin, don't worry, there are 4 easy ways to release the stain from your hands:
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water (ASAP)
- Use a nailbrush (or an old washcloth) to exfoliate your skin and lighten the colour
- Try using backing soda mixed with soap as a cleaning paste
- Try using rubbing alcohol (on a cotton pad) to release the stain