Momma’s Blend To Remove Old Deodorant Stains On Dark Color Clothes

We think that many of our clothes can no longer be worn because of those deodorant traces left underarm, especially dark colored clothes. It’s not necessary to throw them away because there are some simple and natural solutions to remove the old deodorant traces.

And the following solution is the easiest way to bring back your favorite dark color clothes back.

Baking soda and hydrogen peroxide

One of the most effective tricks to remove the oldest deodorant stains left on clothes is rinsing them with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. This blend has strong bleaching properties that attenuate even the toughest stains. On the other hand, its antiseptic and astringent power eliminates both the accumulation of bacteria in tissues and the fatty compounds of the deodorant that sticks 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 dish soap

Preparation and treatment:

Mix baking soda with hydrogen peroxide and soap in a bowl.

Apply the mixture to the old deodorant stains and let it work for at least 1-2 hours, and then put it in the washer and start a washing cycle.

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