May 22, 2012
I'm no expert... But you can try nail polish remover? Or try bleach! Or any heavy duty bathroom cleaner! Or hydrogen peroxide!
Try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. The heavy duty one for the bathrooms, they have regular ones, but this one has like little bumps on it and is made for the bathroom. That thing seriously works. I use it to clean my shoes and they always turn out looking really new. I am not sure about whether it will for sure remove it but it can remove rust and other odd things really easily so I think it is worth the try.
Jun 02, 2012
yes. i have blue purple and pink hair and my tub used to be white but now it's like stepping into a rainbow! I agree the heavy duty magic erasers make a difference and I usually go ahead and add some super duty tub cleanser. I also make sure to run the water cold when I wash my hair. It helps the color to not come out so easily. Best of luck! Small price to pay for that cool hair
Oh, this problem... I know this problem... Usually with red, so my shower looks like a pink massacre. Anyway, with my experience, it will fade over time. Scrub for a bit with some spray bleach, but don't worry so much that you work with it until you're dizzy like I did the first time it happened. Then, give it some time and clean the shower again. It'll be all gone eventually.
Jun 03, 2012
Usually, my hair dye only sticks to the soap scum, once that's scrubbed away, any residual stains can be bleached out. Also clean out all the hair that has that has fallen out because they will leave stains where ever they are laying.
Yup. I use a magic eraser.
Jun 04, 2012
I have dropped dye on my toilet and tub. I used blacks tints and red. I was looking stained but i then put puddles of bleach on the areas of stains and they came out after just a few minutes.
Jun 05, 2012
B L E A C H!!!!!!!!
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