Deodorants are very important for your personal hygiene, but they can create real trouble sometimes, leaving white traces on your clothes that are very hard to remove. After all, even the most expensive and high quality products can leave traces on your clothes. But, don’t rush to throw your stuff or spend your money at dry cleaning. Here is the best tricks that will help you get rid of those unsightly deodorant traces on your clothes – don’t forget that you have to test the method on a small piece of material to make sure you don’t worsen things:
Hydrogen peroxide with baking soda and dish detergent
Get rid of those stubborn white stains on clothes and the unpleasant sweat odor with a solution made of:
– 4 teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide
– 1 teaspoon of dish detergent
– 2 tablespoons of baking soda
Apply the mixture on the stain and leave it there for a few hours, and then wash the clothing garment as usual.
Bonus: You can save your new clothes immediately as deodorant stains appear if you rub them with a cotton sock.
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