This project is an "upcycle" project. A friend of mine gave me this shirt because it had bleach stains on it anyway. Don't you hate it when that happens? Now, you'll know exactly what you can do the next time that happens!
Before spraying, take these tips into consideration:
- I converted a few cookie trays into bleach trays that I keep outside because I like to have a cookie tray between the front and back of my shirts. It would have been great to get a picture of that for you...but trust me, it's there.
- Always spray outside and be aware of the wind. (Oh - and only wear your "bleach clothes" for obvious reasons.)
- I enjoy having wrinkles in my shirts because I think part of the charm is that every pattern is a little bit different.
- My bleach/water ratio is about 50/50 and after each spraying session, I squirt regular water through the sprayer (from a regular glass) to clear out the bleach and prolong the life of my sprayer.
- I've had much better luck with the 99-cent sprayers from the hardware stores. (Those pricey $4 sprayers didn't work nearly as well for me. Go figure.)