How to Get Rid of Deodorant Stains
Nothing is more irritating than getting ready for an important meeting or getting dressed in a rush, only to discover deodorant stains on your clothes. But there are ways to fix this, and the most important thing is to figure out how.
5-Minute Crafts wants to share some tips on how to remove deodorant stains from your clothes. There’s also a bonus at the end with some recommendations on how to avoid such an unpleasant situation.
Way № 1: with vinegar
1️⃣ Mix 4 cups of warm water and 1 cup of white vinegar.
2️⃣ Put the stained area of your garment in the mixture and rub it with your hands.
3️⃣ If the stain doesn’t get removed, keep the clothes in the mix for another hour.
4️⃣ Take the clothes out of the mixture and wash them the way the tag says.
Way № 2: with nylon
1️⃣ Take a clean piece of nylon.
2️⃣ Rub it on the dirty area.
This is good only for new stains.
Way № 3: with baking soda
1️⃣ Mix baking soda with water in a 3:1 proportion.
2️⃣ Distribute the mix on the spot using a toothbrush.
3️⃣ Leave it for a couple of hours.
4️⃣ Wash the clothes in the hot water cycle.
Bonus: how to prevent getting deodorant stains
Way № 1:
Use a deodorant that doesn’t contain aluminum.
Way № 2:
After applying any kind of deodorant, let it dry on the skin and only then put your clothes on. You can use a hair dryer with the coldest mode. It will help you avoid getting white stripes on the fabric.
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