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Anyone have any idea how they achieved this look? Are there any blank wholesalers that do this? I originally assumed bleach, but it looks too clean.. any input?

 

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I love that look too and would love to know if sparying bleach would give a similir effector at the very least another funky effect.
just simple spraying form a bottle. any ideas on this? . Have u tried it? or any other methods with bleach on on colored shirts?

My daughter has a store bought sweatshirt(kelly green)with what looks like bleach splatter on it. its so cool looking. designs and appliques were added afterwards for futher bling....any ideas
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that is why custom shirts cost what they do - because you cant buy stuff like this from a blank wholesaler, its part of the manufacturing process

look at the seams: this 'bleaching' was done after the shirt was sewn ;)
 

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My question is how is it done. i am not neccessarily looking for that much of bleach effect, but any application process for bleaching effects that may be simpler thsn others. it may turn out its not for me.
Thanks for you response.
 
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