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Common FAQ About Sublimation
You can use household bleach, however, do not use old bleach, as its power may have degraded over time. Also, if you are bleaching viscose, do not use chlorine bleach, instead, opt for oxygen bleach.
If possible, bleach your shirts on a sunny day outside. This will help speed up the process and is essential for:
- ventilation purposes
- helping the sun chemically process the bleach more efficiently.
You can use a spray bottle or brush to apply the bleach, depending on which technique you prefer.
Make sure to place a piece of cardboard or a divider of sorts to block the bleach from soaking through to the backside of the shirt, if you only want to bleach the front side.
Make sure not to leave the bleach on too long, or the fabric will get very thin or develop holes. Keep a strict eye on the fabric so that you can act fast once the bleach has achieved the desired level of lightening. Either immediately wash in very hot water once you’ve reached the lightness level you desire or use hydrogen peroxide to slow the cleaning process.