- How to remove deodorant stains?
We’re all familiar with the wave of frustration that floods us after suddenly noticing traces of deodorant on our clothes. While they can be quite stubborn to get of rid, here’s how to remove unsightly deodorant stains like a pro.
First things first, remember that prevention is key when it comes to deodorant stains. Apply your deodorant before getting dressed and allow it to dry completely before putting on clothing. You should also try to avoid applying too much product.
But if it’s already too late, there are number of things you can try to remove deodorant stains out of clothes by using ingredients you’ve probably already got at home.
You can always try using a damp cloth and water to gently rub the stain. If that doesn't work, mix equal parts baking soda and water to make a paste and apply it to the stain. Let it sit for a few minutes, then wash as you normally would.
White vinegar is another method worth trying. Soak your clothing in a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and water for about 30 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with cold water.
For a natural bleaching effect, lemon juice is a great option. Squeeze fresh lemon juice onto the stain and let it sit for a few minutes. Then, rinse your garment with cold water and wash as usual.
It's worth mentioning that these techniques may not work for all fabrics and stains. Before you begin, remember to check the care label on your clothing and even test your stain removal method of choice on a small part of the item first to avoid disappointment.
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