Glowstick Goop

Discussion in 'Fashion and Crafts' started by Sunnie, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. Sunnie

    Sunnie Jes-Jes

    I had a glowstick in the inside pocket of my jacket, and it leaked all onto my new dress and inside of my coat.
    I don't care about getting off of my coat, since it's on the inside and you can't see it.
    But there is a neon orange splotch on the front of my new dress now.
  2. t-dub

    t-dub Pass me the pepper

    awww!! sorry to hear that!! man, i have no idea how to get that out.. maybe let some soap soak on it overnight... :(
  3. that sucks but i havent got a clue what to try, scrubbing?, nappysand prob not
  4. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    Carefull that stuffs quite dangerous.. sounds silly but dont get any in your eyes or mouth. Thats a chemical spill so look for something which will remove hard stains and chemical stains.
  5. EllisDTripp

    EllisDTripp Green Secessionist

    The stuff is essentially a fluorescent dye, mixed with hydrogen peroxide. About the only thing that might remove it would be chlorine bleach, but unless it is on white fabric, that probably isn't an option.
  6. drumminmama

    drumminmama Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

    sound like applique time!
  7. Sunnie

    Sunnie Jes-Jes

    Oh shitty.
  8. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    hehe yea i agree... or reverse applique.. cut the little bugger out :)
  9. Mui

    Mui Senior Member

    you guys have never partied with ravers before? One time my friend got a bunch of glow sticks, purposely cut them open and flinged them about the room... in a lil bit the whole room was covered in specs of orange toxic glo-shit... its bad to get in your eyes, and it may burn your skin a lil... but its fun to do and it should go away with time or water.
  10. PeaceBabe

    PeaceBabe Senior Member

    I like to write with them!
  11. i am made entirely out of marshmallow, cheese and jelly beans :)
  12. Sunnie

    Sunnie Jes-Jes

    Well, I'm going to try and wash it out.
    And if not, I was thinking about dying the dress an entirely different color. Do you think that would work?

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