Although hair dye contains a mix of solvents, it typically won’t penetrate a timber finish unless states are exceptional. This means that you can usually remove a spill without much fuss by either dabbing it or wiping it with a solvent. A cleaning adhesive can handle stubborn hair dye stains.
Removing a Fresh Stain
Prior to resorting to chemicals, try dabbing the dye using a rag; if the dye is moist, you may have the ability to remove it all this way. Moisten a piece of cloth with alcohol and use it to wipe the residue away. If you don’t have any alcohol across the house, substitute spray-on sunscreen or insect repellantthat contain alcohol. Spray either of those products directly on the stain, and wipe with a cloth.
Removing a Dried Stain
To remove a dye stain that has had time to dry out, then make a paste with baking soda and either vinegar or lemon juice; spread it liberally on the affected part of the seat. Work it into the stain with your fingers, adding more vinegar or lemon juice as required. Then wash it off with plain water when you are done. Repeat this process as many times as necessary to fully remove the stain.