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Dyeing poo stained stuff and selling it?

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ihatemycat Mon 15-Oct-12 11:41:44

I have loads of baby items which have poo stains on which I just can't seem to remove... towels, vests, sleep suits etc.
Would I be unreasonable to dye them with Dylon and sell or pass them on? I'd be upfront about it but not sure if people would be grossed out...?

PropertyNightmare Mon 15-Oct-12 11:42:58

I would bin them. You won't get much in eBay for dyed poo clothes! Really not worth the effort.

maebyfunke Mon 15-Oct-12 11:43:04

If they are stained with poo don't sell them just throw them away.

TequilaMockinBird Mon 15-Oct-12 11:43:50

Yuck! Bin them

UsingAPsuedonym Mon 15-Oct-12 11:44:06

Just pass onto clothes recycling!

snala Mon 15-Oct-12 11:44:52

Eeew hmm
Yabu!

UnChartered Mon 15-Oct-12 11:45:15

ask yourself if YOU'D buy shit-stained clothes from a stranger and then decide?

PropertyNightmare Mon 15-Oct-12 11:45:15

Plus all the supermarkets sell vests, babygros etc extremely cheaply so I really can't see anyone being desperate enough to buy poo stained dyed clothes on eBay.

OutragedAtThePriceOfFreddos Mon 15-Oct-12 11:45:50

I can't believe anyone would actually consider buying them. At least not for enough to cover the cost of the dye!

It's minging, bin them. Or dye them and put them in a clothes bank.

MrsKeithRichards Mon 15-Oct-12 11:46:19

Better nappies?

MrsKeithRichards Mon 15-Oct-12 11:46:51

In fact even my nappies don't come out the wash with poo stains!

PropertyNightmare Mon 15-Oct-12 11:46:55

Don't clothes recycling want clean, washed clothes though? I am starting to chant 'bin it', 'bin it'!

Pochemuchka Mon 15-Oct-12 11:47:00

Yuk! I just binned all mine.

You've made me chuckle with your entrepreneurial spirit!

Noqontrol Mon 15-Oct-12 11:47:43

I wouldn't want them. Esp when they are so cheap in supermarkets and primark. I wouldn't waste your time.

HappyHalloweenMotherFucker Mon 15-Oct-12 11:47:56

Yuuuk

NumericalMum Mon 15-Oct-12 11:49:46

We can stick clothes like that in our recycling bin.

MrsKeithRichards Mon 15-Oct-12 11:50:49

Even non poo stained vests are barely worth selling!

soverylucky Mon 15-Oct-12 11:54:18

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ihatemycat Mon 15-Oct-12 11:54:23

Wow! A unanimous verdict!
They shall be heading to the bin then, thanks everyone!

valiumredhead Mon 15-Oct-12 11:54:47

Have you tried the pink Vanish stain remover capsules? They are amazing!

PickledFanjoCat Mon 15-Oct-12 11:54:57

You get buttons for baby clothes on eBay unless designer or similar.

You can buy brand new vests from
Asda very cheaply, you will need to charge a couple of quids postage.

All in all, a shit idea grin

SparkyTGD Mon 15-Oct-12 11:55:28

Are you the poo-troll? grin

Am joking, I recognise your name from your cat-thread ages ago.

Collywibbles Mon 15-Oct-12 11:59:27

Charity shops take stuff like this for rags - they get money / kilo. I am always taking tatty pants / odd socks / etc (washed obviously) so I am sure they would take your poo stained vests! Just make sure they know it is a bag of rag stuff NOT for sale smile

silverten Mon 15-Oct-12 12:04:31

Well I've dyed stained stuff (not sold it though). I used dark colours and it covered up a frankly amazing amount of marks, and looked quite good.

Economically probably not worth it (I dunno though, vests are, what, a fiver for three? if you have a load that would be otherwise useable then a fiver's load of dye goes quite a long way) but I just couldn't justify binning perfectly useable clothing that simply looked a bit unattractive. The waste!

safflower Mon 15-Oct-12 12:05:30

OP you are GROSS

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