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Can you dye cotton clothes after using white vinegar to try and remove a stain/mark?

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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 12:43
If you had mentioned what caused the mark maybe you would get better answers. The answer to your Q is , yes. White vinegar won't make any difference to the fabric. However I doubt white vinegar on its own will not remove the mark. It is more likely to set the stain. Used with bicarb soda white vinegar works well, though.
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