What you'll need:
Bleach
+ Water
Rubberbands
+ Spray bottle

Other optional items to bleach:
+ Sweatpants
+ Sweatshirt


Hello, my dear friends! It's been a long time coming, but I'm proud to bring you a super easy DIY project. This is an easy bleach tie dye DIY project to do with any old t-shirt that leaves you uninspired. We all have some old tees that we never wear anymore.

Of course, you could do this do-it-yourself project with anything you have, sweatshirt, sweatpants, an old towel. It doesn't have to be a t-shirt but this is a great starting point. Go through your closet to look for items that need to be upscaled or tossed out. This bleach tie dye DIY project only takes a few minutes & you can witness the magic as it happens.

Other optional items to bleach:
Sweatpants
Sweatshirt

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What you'll need:
+ Water
+ Spray bottle

Note: this is my way. I didn't do it the standard way, which required way too much bleach. I really like how it turned out. But that's usually how I roll. I like to do it my way. If you like how it turned out, here's how to do it:

Steps:


1. Grab an old shirt that you don't care for anymore. Twist the shirt haphazardly and add 2 or 3 rubber bands. Locate your spray bottle. Now mix equal parts bleach & water. For this particular bleach tie dye DIY project, my mixture amounted to about 1/4 of a cup. Make sure you go outside for this. Bleach is extremely toxic, so get a lot of fresh air! Gloves are also recommended.

2. You're going to spray the bleach water mixture directly on t-shirt. The more you spray (the wetter it is) the lighter it'll get. On my shirt, the lighter sections had a considerable amount of bleach versus the reddish areas that had less bleach. I like the contrast.

3. Spray your shirt. Now take out the rubber bands & relocate them. Essentially, you're going to do steps 1 & 2 several times until you get your desired result. Your bleach tie dye DIY is your creation. If you only do it one time, your shirt will be mostly unbleached (& incomplete). I would've taken a photo to document the process, but my hands were bleachy so that was a no-go. Keep spraying. Take out the rubber bands & replace until you have your desired look. 


This easy bleach tie dye DIY project only takes 10-15 minutes. If you're outside on a nice, sunny day you can literally see the bleach working as you spray it. Give your revamped shirt as a gift to someone else or enjoy your 'new' shirt. It made this plain, black boyfriend tee so much more fresh & fun. Tie dye is perfect for spring & summer style. Tie dye is perfect for men, women, & children. Tie dye is perfect, okay?!!? :]

Before you dump those old grimy clothes, you should see if you can DIY it first! Have a great day. Stay crafty.