That's exactly what we do. I haven't tried your product but it looks great. A thorough cleaning solves most of the problems. Browning only happens if left too wet or cleaning was incomplete. We often get fringes damaged from poor cleaning or water damage situations. That's the only time we need to use a fringe bleach. One of the biggest problems with hand cleaning is people are afraid to get the fringes wet and only do half a job. I thoroughly soak and scrub the fringes but then spend some time extracting and drying them. Maybe one day I'll grow up and buy a wash tub and centrifugeWhy not clean the soil out of the fringe first with Fringe Plus? Then, deal with any stains in it the fundamental way. Fringes come in cotton, wool, silk and rayon. This and type of stain has a bearing on what to choose.