Many people cannot live without deodorant. Unfortunately, after a while, many types of deodorant leave those pesky yellow or white deodorants stains in your clothes. Even the washing machine can have trouble removing deodorant stains. Fortunately, there are several ways to get rid of these stubborn deodorant stains.
Be careful with clothing made of delicate fabrics. These tips are not suitable for all types of fabric. Therefore, always try it out on a small piece first if you are not sure whether your garment is suitable.
Removing deodorant stains with vinegar
The versatility of vinegar is truly endless! Depending on the type of stain and clothing, you can use vinegar in two ways to remove deodorant stains. Most clothes can be soaked in natural vinegar for 45 minutes. Then grab a toothbrush and brush out the stains. Wash the garment in the washing machine as you normally would.
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