What you need:
- Bleach (Dell uses White King)
- An old t-shirt
- Some string
- A plastic bucket
- Rubber gloves
- Access to a sink
Step 1: Get your t-shirt and twist it like a sweet danish roll or an escargot pastry (either counter clockwise or clockwise, depending on which way you'd like your swirls to go).
Step 2: Secure your twist with a bit of string by wrapping it around the t-shirt so that the fabric stays put.
Step 3: Put your gloves on!! (This is important, hence the two exclamation marks) This is because you'll now be working with bleach.
Step 4: Pour the bleach into the bucket first. Just a little bit will do!
Step 6: Once you've got your bleach in the bucket, pop the t-shirt in and give it a poke around so that it soaks up the bleach. You'll begin to see the bleach taking effect almost instantly!
Step 7: After a couple of minutes, take the t-shirt out, undo the string and give it a rinse in the sink. The bleach smells a bit, so make sure you're in a well ventilated area.
Step 8: Hey presto! The finished product. Now you have some snazzy new threads for that Tuesday night on the couch.
Thanks to Dell for showing us this great DIY!