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Does abliterate and eviscerate have to be brown?

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    Does abliterate and eviscerate have to be brown?


    I love these products, and will always use em, but im just curious since these products ruin all my under shirts.. do they have to be brown???? Im assuming it is due to a specific ingredients??

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    My abliderate is clear and kinda cloudy
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    Abliderate Advanced isn't very dark at all.

    The other formulas - yes, some of the ingredients are darker brown. Not much we can do about that.

    As a side note, I've been using Eviscerate now for over 5 years and never ruined a shirt.
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