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How To Get Blue Pond Dye Off Your Skin

Posted by Robbie Bennett on

So you've done the hard part, dyed your lake, pond or fountain that perfect pure blue color. And if you're reading this post, you've probably already found out that it dyes your skin just as perfectly blue as your water. Let's dive right into how you get the solution out of your skin.

How to get Blue Pond Dye off your skin:

  1. Mix 50/50 Bleach & Water
  2. Apply Mixture to Rag
  3. Wipe Effected Skin Areas Heavily

After you've removed the dye, you will want to jump in the shower (do not take a bath) The shower will rinse your body off. It will do you no good to sit in a tub, soaking in the same blue dye you just cleaned off. Not to mention you don't want any bleach lingering on your skin. Although it's not harmful, applying a diluted solution like this to clean yourself. In very large amounts, your skin could be adversely effected. So just use the Bleach/Water mixture with caution. 

You may need to repeat this process a couple more times, it just depends on how much dye is on your skin and how deep the pigment has penetrated. Overall, nothing to worry about, the dye itself will naturally come out over time, even if you don't do anything at all. But I'm sure the last thing you want is to look like a member of the Blue Man Group when shopping at the super market. 

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