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Bedding wash turns white coat Pink !!!

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Washed a white with small red band Asda bedsheet with wife's white coat, wash finishes and both the bedsheet and coat are now pink, followed manufacturers washing instructions on bedsheet. Would complaining get me anywhere.


 
 

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It is always worth complaining. I'd be surprised if Asda didn't replace/refund the sheet immediately at the customer services desk, although the coat might be another matter - was it expensive and where did it come from?

 

Always wash new things on their own for the first wash.

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You can try but I think you may find red always runs so you may not get far, normally says on washing instructions wash dark colours seperatly. I have learnt my lesson as I have done the same thing


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Washing instructions say wash with similar colours, the whole thing is white with a small red band, If someone asked what the colour was I'd say white. Turns out the coats abour 4 years old but only been worn twice and was bought in Asda :)

 

Going to write to Head office, see what they say.

 

Thanks for the input.


 
 

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