Your favorite shirt just had to get that “deodorant stain” under your armpits with the stain being an obvious one, and this has made you throw the shirt aside promising never to wear it again. You might have used every cleaning agent you could lay your hands on, but still no change. You have probably tried some washing hacks, still no result..
Well, this article is for you! It is also for you who has never encountered any “deodorant stain incident” because it just might come knocking on your door soon.
Read on to get familiar with these four hacks using easy to find items in your home..
#1. Lemon Juice
What you will need: 1 cup of lemon juice and salt.
Procedures: Apply the lemon juice to the deodorant stains. Then sprinkle salt over the stain and scrub it thoroughly. Rinse and put it in a washing machine or hand wash it.
#2. Baby Wipes
What you will need: Baby wipes and laundry detergent.
Procedures: Take a wet wipe, and scrub the stains. Repeat this until the stains disappear. Put the shirt in the washing machine or hand wash it.
#3. Baking Soda
What you will need: ¼th cup of baking soda, ½ cup water (approx), toothbrush, and laundry detergent.
Procedures: Mix baking soda with water until you get a paste-like consistency. Using an old toothbrush, apply and spread it all over the stains. Some stains can be stubborn, and thus need to be left soaked for a couple of hours. After an hour or two, wash the shirt in a washing machine or hand wash it, if it’s made of delicate fabric.
What you will need: ½ cup of salt, water in a bucket, laundry detergent.
Procedures: Add salt to half a bucket of water and stir it so that it dissolves. Soak the top or T-shirt in the water for about an hour. Rinse and put it in a washing machine or hand wash it.
Salt is a great ingredient to get rid of tough and stubborn yellow stains from sweating.
I hope that we were able to answer your questions on how to remove deodorant stains from clothes. Give these tricks a try and let me know how it went , I would love to hear from you all!