Dylon Colour Safe Colour Run Remover Reviews
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Dylon Colour Safe Colour Run
Colour runs have a devastating effect on your clothes. Luckily, D ...
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
Customer Dylon Colour Safe Colour Run Remover Reviews (8)
by Annoyed - written on 04/08/07
Having gone out and bought the dylon colour run remover today based on the previous review, I would not recommend it at all. I followed the instructions to the letter and was also optimistic as it advised that the sooner you treated the washing the better the results and I had only just had my accident with the washing, but it has made no difference to my clothes at all. I wasn't expecting miracles, but had expected an improvement of some sort, but was thoroughly disappointed! It has made absolutely no difference at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/13 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I bought this product after having a disaster with colours running in my washing machine. Having previously used Dylon's Colour Catchers with generally good results I had high hopes for this too. The Product --------------- According to the packaging the colour run remover turns back time on clothes and fabrics that have been the victim of colour runs. It has a pH balanced Coloursafe formula which means that even delicate items can be treated. How To Use: The box contains two sachets of white powder that resembles detergent. Add both of the sachets to the washing machine drum BEFORE clothes, you can add fabric conditioner but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/13 (Very useful, 844 readings)
In our house most of the time it is me that washes the clothes and since Jayden has been born my washing basket never seems to be empty, most of the time our washing ends up in 3 loads, darks, whites and colours. I recently did a coloured load of washing most of the items were things which had been washed on several occasions and I knew that the colour didn't come out of them, but I still tend to separate them out of habit, however I also put in this load a new purple towel, when I took the washing out of the machine once the cycle had finished I discovered that all of my washing had a purple/ pink tint to it from the purple towel. I was a bit surprised at this as it was Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/10, updated on 01/09/10 (Very useful, 1164 readings)
I bought a lovely cream top at the weekend which i wore to a barbecue on the bank holiday Sunday. We got the log burner going and spent the evening in front of a roaring fire having a great time whilst our hair and clothes absorbed the woodsmoke leaving us smelling like bonfires! The next morning mine and my husband's stinky smoky clothes were all bundled into the wash, cream top included. My husband hung the washing out to dry and when I brought it in, I couldn't help noticing that my lovely new top had a greyish green tinge to it and a mottled bit that certainly wasn't there when I bought it! I soon realised that my husband's greeny grey cardigan which was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/00, updated on 19/07/00 (Very useful, 3045 readings)
Dylon Colour Safe Colour Run Remover is an amazing product that I've just discovered. A relative very kindly brought back a t-shirt for my son from Greece. However when I put it into the washing machine it ran, and everything came out looking a dirty grey/blue. In a panic I rang my husband and asked him to pick something up on the way home to get the clothes back to their normal colour - this is what he came home with. It's a 150ml sachet, it's bleach free so can be used on whites and coloureds and you just pour it straight into the drum of your machine. You mustn't add detergent but you can add softener and best results are achieved at 60 ... Read the complete review
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