For a white garment, you will need to soak longer to get a dark brown. A colorful piece of clothing will end up looking like a muddy version of the original colors. Note again that the resulting color will be a few shades lighter once the garment is dry.
For a cappuccino brown, leave your clothing in for ten minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove and rinse in cold water.
For a dark chocolate brown, you should have added an extra scoop of coffee to the brew. Soak for ten minutes, and then pour the coffee back into the pot. Re-heat and soak the garment for another ten minutes. Rinse thoroughly in cold water. Repeat as needed until you achieve the desired color.
Once you’re happy with your khaki or teddy-bear brown, it’s time to rinse and dry.
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