LULAROE DYE ISSUES – “YOU SIT DOWN TOO MUCH”

This customer reached out to LuLaRoe after her black leggings ruined her couch and her bed sheets. The video below is of the recorded voicemail left by LuLaRoe, with pictures of the ruined items. LuLaRoe has stated many times previously that bleeding of black dye is a common occurrence with black clothing. I have NEVER had any of my black clothing bleed. I have had blue denim bleed, but that was years ago, prior to the higher quality dyes that are used today, that do not bleed. 

3 Replies to “LULAROE DYE ISSUES – “YOU SIT DOWN TOO MUCH””

  1. Not that this comment will help or fix your couch & sheets, but your story reminds me of a story Joe Walsh told in the documentary of the Eagles when he and John Belushi spray painted their jeans with black spray paint to gain entrance into an exclusive restaurant in Chicago. They sat down in fancy upholstered chairs, ate their dinner, and when they stood up to leave, the spray paint leached onto the upholstery, turning the chairs black. By the way, I have many pairs of black leggings, jeggings and pants, and none of the have ever “bled” dye on a couch or any other surface while I was wearing them. They can bleed in the washing machine if they’re not washed in cold water, but they shouldn’t “bleed” dye when you’re wearing them. I am just curious about something: Were your legs black from the dye too?

  2. I’ve had the same issue with my Noir leggings and Lynnae. My leggings made my toilet seat blue. And, I’ve washed my Lynnae over 5 times, and it still leaves a blue tint on my body.

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