Throw back to Christmas time when my sister received a tie dye kit and things just went wrong (only for me of course).
When we both went to test her kit out, the shirt I was using just did not take in the dye and I ended up forcing it in furiously by rubbing the fabric and damaging the gloves I was wearing. Since the gloves were damaged, I simply threw them away and continued with my shirt, leading to the outcome of permanently dyed hands for the next three days of my life. With the fact that the dye wouldn't get absorbed into the shirt, I had pulled it undone thinking there would be hardly any colour there. To my surprise, there was a fair amount of colour and I couldn't wrap the shirt up again, so I had left to air dry on the clothes line. After searching the internet to make sure if I made the right decision or not, I found out that I was the only one who has ever made this mistake and was warned all-over the internet.
So since it turned out that I was the only one who has seemed to of made this mistake, I instantly went out to find myself a spray bottle and some cling wrap to mend my mistake. I carefully set out my shirt and sprayed it with the bottle and wrapped it all up, trying carefully trying not to let the colours bleed nor make the dye go elsewhere on the shirt. With a pair of extra two hands, I successfully left the shirt over night in a dark cool place and waited till morning. Once the morning had arrived, I washed the shirt with only very little errors. The blue around the collar did not completely wash out when I removed the excess dye and it ended up bleeding in that section as well as making the shirt tint blue.
Although my mistakes weren't the best, the outcome was still fine. Although I do not recommend anyone following through with what I did, as it is a very stressful situation. Have a great life everyone!!