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i think it may have something to do with whether the bleach is applied directly to the material or is diluted in water first. if i put a little bleach in water then add white clothes i don't see funny spots, but if i throw it on there directly, i get spots
good question, sir.not too sure of the answer though, did you bleach the shirt seperate from other items?
"my grandma once had blue spots!"Please do not try to bleach your Grandmother again.
Bleach is pretty aggressive stuff. Normally the easiest target for it is the dye you want to bleach but if there's nothing else it is capable of attacking the fibres from which cloth is made. The degradation products may be coloured.
Sorry Alberto I do not know either. I imagine it may be the material it is made from, but I rally haven't a clue!
Although this doesn't make a white shirt go orange... Had you spilt anything interesting on the shirt. Could you have left a red pen in the wash?