A few weeks ago, I found myself struggling to get a Kool Aid stain out of my daughter’s shirt. It ended up having a happy ending, but at one point, before I was able to get the stain out, I had actually considered just dying the entire thing pink using the exact Kool Aid that stained it in the first place. (you can read about how she even got Kool Aid on her shirt in the first place here.)
That whole adventure led me to this idea, which worked beautifully, and so I am sharing it with you here today:
How to Dye T-Shirts with Kool Aid
My daughter is on a little cheer team and for one of their camps, they needed to decorate their shirts. The shirts were white and the mission was to do something creative with them. Watch this fun video to see how I was able to dye their t-shirts with Kool Aid. It was so inexpensive (as in 10¢ for the packet of Kool Aid!) and the end result was darling. Here’s how I did it:
*Note: I do recommend wearing gloves if you do this. I did have pinkish hands for about day or two 🙂
The girls loved the shirts and they were SO easy to make. This process will work best with the darker Kool Aid colors (reds and purples) as I didn’t have as much luck when we tried the lighter colors. Here was the end result:
How to Get Kool Aid Stains Out of Clothing
…and if you find yourself with Kool Aid stained clothes, then make sure to read my mom hack post about How to remove Kool Aid stains from clothing!
The creative and frugal mind behind She Saved for almost 12 years now, Keri Lyn shares her adventures in parenting along with her love for family travel, country living and brand marketing. A self-proclaimed “brand loyalist”, Keri Lyn is known for her strong and enthusiastic voice when it comes to the products and brands that she loves. Passionate about family and the challenge of raising good humans (through the teen years, no less!) Keri Lyn has also served as a brand ambassador to many brands including her time as a Hilton Mom Voyage travel writer and currently an O Mag Insider for O, The Oprah Magazine and the 2019 recipient the O-verall Contribution O-ward.