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How To Remove Sweat and Deodorant Stains from T-Shirts
Nothing can ruin a perfect t-shirt more than embarrassing sweat or deodorant pit stains incurred from wearing it too many times. Although we might all wish we could just buy a new t-shirt, it’s hard to let go of a really comfortable or hilarious one that makes you feel like a real hot shot. Here are seven different options to remove yellowed sweat and deodorant stains from your clothes without too much effort.
Option 1: Raise
Raise is a special solution specifically used for armpit/sweat stain removal.
1. Spray onto affected area and rub together
2. Let shirt sit for 15-20 mins
4. Launder accordingly
Option 2: Ammonia
1. Use a half-strength solution of ammonia and water to dab over stained areas of your clothes.
2. Allow to sit for several minutes then wash as normal.
Option 3: Meat Tenderizer
1. Mix an equal amount of meat tenderizer and water into a smooth paste.
2. Rub the paste into the stained areas of the t-shirt.
3. Allow the paste 24 hours to “tenderize” your shirt
4. Rinse with cold water and wash as normal.
Option 4: Aspirin
1. Crush 2 Aspirins into a half cup of warm water.
2. Use the solution to soak stained areas.
3. Let sit for several hours before washing.
Option 5: Baking Soda (for especially rough stains)
1. 4 tablespoons of baking soda into 1/4 cup of warm water and mix to make a strong paste
2. Rub the paste into the stained area.
3. Let the paste sit and harden for about two hours before washing clean.
Option 6: Lemons
1. Mix equal parts lemon and warm water.
2. Use mixture to scrub out stains, wash as normal.
Option 7: Salt
1. Easy for smaller stains, use 1 tablespoon of salt with 1 cup warm water
2. Use a small sponge to rub solution into the garment until stain fades
3. Wash as normal
Option 8: Vinegar
1. Pour vinegar directly onto the stain.
2. Rub into the fabric directly before placing in the wash.