I’ve ruined many clothes because of my deodorant! It is not acceptable for me to be sweaty just to keep my clothes clean! I tried homemade deodorants, but they still leave those white stains on clothes, especially in the underarm area. Luckily, I found a very effective solution for removing deodorant stains from clothes.
This remedy is perfect for removing white deodorant traces from clothes, especially black ones. Your pretty little black dress will no longer be stained every time you wear it!
Baking soda and hydrogen peroxide
The most reliable way to remove old and newly formed deodorant stains from clothes is to rinse them in a baking soda and hydrogen peroxide solution. This mixture has strong whitening properties that will remove even the toughest stains. On the other hand, its antiseptic and astringent power will eliminate both the accumulation of bacteria in the fabric and the fatty compounds of deodorant that stick to our clothes.
🛒 To prepare this remedy at home, you need the following ingredients:
– 4 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide
– 2 tablespoons of baking soda
– 1 tablespoon of liquid soap
👗 Preparation and use:
◼ Combine baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and liquid soap in a bowl.
◼ Apply the solution to the white deodorant stain and let it work for at least 1-2 hours.
◼ Finally, wash the garment in the washing machine, as usual. Stains will disappear like magic!