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Yellow stains on white clothes? Remove them using household products!

Have you noticed yellow stains on your clothes? Here’s how to get rid of them!

How to remove yellow sweat stains

Traces of sweat left on garments are inevitable and difficult to remove, but not impossible. Here’s what remedies you can apply against the yellow sweat stains:

Aspirin: Before you lose hope that you’ll never be able to remove yellow stains from clothing, grind two aspirins and mix the resulting powder with warm water. Put the stained area to soak in this solution (for 2-3 hours).

Liquid dish soap and hydrogen peroxide: save your favorite clothes from sweat stains with a magic mix. Use one part dishwashing liquid soap and two parts hydrogen peroxide. Rub the problem areas, allowing the solution to be absorbed into the fabric, and wait for an hour in order to take effect.

Lemon juice: both deodorant stains and sweat stains can be removed using freshly squeezed lemon juice. Mix it with water in equal quantities and clean the problem area.

Vinegar: you can enjoy the same effect with this ingredient too. Pour a little vinegar on the stain and rub well before putting your clothes in the washing machine.

How to remove stains on clothes yellowed by time

Salt: This spice is the secret ingredient that will get rid of stains on clothes yellowed by time. You just have to dissolve four tablespoons of salt in a liter of hot water. Rub the problem area until the stain disappears.

Baking soda: nothing equals this versatile ingredient in the household. Prepare a paste of 4 tablespoons of baking soda and a quarter cup of water and apply it on the stained areas. For traces difficult to remove, leave the paste on material for two hours. You have many stained collar shirts and blouses? After you’ve spread the baking soda paste, add a little vinegar when you put them in the washing machine.

Vodka: Prepare a mix of vodka and water, put it in a spray container then use it on the stain. Let it little act then wash those clothes.

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