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DIY Bleaching Jeans

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This is a step by step tutorial on how to make cool designs using bleach!
Its an easy DIY, you just need a few open windows and some janky clothes.

SUPPLIES:

  • bleach
  • white towels
  • empty spray bottle
  • painters tape
  • chunk of lace
  • chosen jeans






BLEACHING WITH LACE:

Step 1: Pour the bleach into the empty spray    bottle. Apply the lace to the pant leg and press flat. Lightly spray the bleach over the lace.











Step 2: Continue to move the lace up the pant leg; spray lightly with the bleach.












Step 3: After finishing with the first pant leg, continue step two onto the next pant leg.













Step 4: Let your pants dry and you have the finished product! You may want to run them through the wash first before you wear them :]














BLEACHING WITH PAINTERS TAPE:

Step 1: Firmly tape down the design of your choice. 
















Step 2: Spray your design with bleach! 

















Step 4: Go over the missed spots one last time then carefully remove the tape and reveal your finished product!

17 comments:

  1. j'aime beaucoup, quelles merveilleuses idées ! =^..^=

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  2. The bleaching with lace thing didn't work out too well for me...The pattern didn't show up at all and the bleach just spotted my jeans...Any helpful tips?

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  3. I love the graphic print on the red jeans. This technique solves the problem of not having a good stencil. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Did you do the same on the back of the jeans?

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  5. Did you do the same on the back of the jeans?

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  6. Instead of spraying lightly with the bleach onto the lace I would spray more heavily and I also might pick out A chunkier lace so that the bleach wouldn't bleed through the lace. I hope that makes sense I have done a lot of work with a bleach pen to bleach t shirts photos etc and it works quite well so there ought to be a way to get too lazy to work. Maybe use an old bit of cut off jean and practice? Good luck

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  7. This is so wrong. The bleach thing will just damage jeans the lace would not appear in jeans but only stain jeans... You used photoshop or you didnt explain well.

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  8. I think you could spray the lace heavily with acrylic or paint to make it semi-waterproof, then use a repositionable spray adhesive to adhere it to the jeans. Spray lightly with diluted bleach so that it doesn't bleed under the lace, allow to develop and wash thoroughly as soon as the pattern is visible.

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  9. I would also suggest putting a piece of heavy plastic inside the legs so the bleach doesn't leak through to the other side of the pants leg. I do this when I paint a shirt. You don't want any color to stain the back of the garment.

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  10. I don't see how this could work.

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  11. Wide leg or skinny jeans for large hips?
    wide leg jeans

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  12. I'm going to try this on my jeans. I love the look

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  13. Maybe try the opposite. Light pants with lace or a pattern and spray fabric paint (does this exist?). Probably would bleed less than a liquid bleach. More like a stencil...

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  14. Maybe try the opposite. Light pants with lace or a pattern and spray fabric paint (does this exist?). Probably would bleed less than a liquid bleach. More like a stencil...

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  15. magnifico este proceso de modernizar una ropa gracias

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