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    Posted: Mar 11 2014 at 12:57pm
I got dye on my closure and just bleached the lace again, like I did when bleaching the knots.
Took the dye right off!
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try rit dye remover
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Honestly, I have no idea.  You could try searching the Walmart website??? 

Oh I see the product I had in mind is designed for stains on the skin, but it worked on silk for me, this is it:

http://www.sallybeauty.com/color-stain-remover/ION140,default,pd.html#start=3
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It was a demi. Do you think I could find something like that at Walmart or a craft store? The closest Sally's is about 3 cities away.
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It depends.. what kind of dye did you use?  Semi, Demi, permanent... it would make a difference.

If you used demi or permanent, Sally's has a color remover for fabric stains from dyeing hair that might work (since lace is a fabric), I used it once on a silk top and it helped; I cannot vouch for sure how it would work on lace, but it is worth a shot?  It's the Ion brand. 
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I was attempting to "refresh" some Malaysian and a closure and got dye on the lace. Should I accept it as a loss or can I get the dye off?
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