If you’ve recently dyed your hair with a semi-permanent dye and noticed some of the color has stained your sink or bath tub, don’t worry! Removing it is easier than you think. Here are some tips to help get rid of that pesky hair dye stains.

Removing hair dye stains with cleaning agents

If the sink is made of ceramic or mineral cast, you can use any cleaning products you have at home. The material is robust and can withstand chemical agents. It’s best to rinse hair dye immediately off the sink surface with water. If any discolorations remain or the dye won’t come off, apply some scouring cream cleanser to the stain. Spread the cleaner over the surface and let it sit. Then, use a sponge to work on the stain. Make sure the sponge is not too hard, or you may scratch the sink’s surface.

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If a cleaning agent doesn’t work, spray some chlorine-based bathroom cleaning product containing bleach. Always remember safety first when dealing with these types of products, so wear gloves while handling them just in case they irritate skin upon contact (if irritation occurs, immediately wash away product).

Natural home remedies for removing hair dye stains from sink

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If you are looking for a natural cleaning product, mix up a solution of equal parts white vinegar and baking soda. Apply this mixture directly onto the stain and let it sit for 15 minutes before scrubbing with an old toothbrush or other soft bristled brush. Rinse off any residue from the brushing afterwords. If there is still a bit of staining left behind, try using hydrogen peroxide on its own or mixed in with baking soda for extra strength cleaning power! By the way, there are also whitening toothpastes containing hydrogen peroxide. Just read the labels.

For tougher stains that won’t come out easily, use rubbing alcohol applied directly to the affected area, followed by rinsing off any remaining residue afterwards – repeat if necessary until all traces are gone!

You can also try using nail polish remover as another option, but be sure not to leave it on too long as this could damage your sink’s finish over time, so make sure you rinse thoroughly when done applying either method mentioned above.

We hope these steps have helped remove those pesky semi-permanent hair dye stains from your sink!!

About the Author Jessy Adams

Jessy Adams is deeply committed to assisting people in living a more fashionable and healthier lifestyle, and she sincerely feels that this is the key to living a happy life. She has been blogging since 2008. Jessy is the person to go to for advice on fashion, hair, and good eating. She consistently manages to distill difficult themes into tangible advice that her readers can put into action. Jessy's information is always provided in an easy-to-digest format, and she always backs up her advise with credible references.

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