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Deodorant stains on tops

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Dragonlette Fri 19-Sep-14 23:07:24

I'm finding that dp's tshirts, my tops and dd1's school blouses are becoming stained under the armpits with a build-up of deodorant and I assume some sweat as well. In fact, some of them are downright crusty with it.

How do I get rid of it? Something nice and easy please, I'd rather not spend ages scrubbing them, something to soak them would be good.

Kittykat7 Sat 20-Sep-14 03:32:30

It's one of the stains that's hard to remove once it starts to build up. Always spray the area with a stain spray before washing. Leave for 10 mins before washing. My mil used to rub with vanish soap using a toothbrush. If the stain as started to go crusty & yellow it is impossible to remove as ingrained in. Use Vanish powder in the wash with bio powder. My DH wears a tee shirt under his work shirts as his shirts get ruined otherwise.

Kittykat7 Sat 20-Sep-14 03:44:04

Just found this

darkness Sat 20-Sep-14 05:41:35

Soak in white (clear) vinegar ...just the stain , leave for ten mins then throw in the wash with every thing else. Has always worked for me..interesting article kitty kat..wonder how the meat tenderiser works..?

Dragonlette Sat 20-Sep-14 11:09:16

Thanks for that article Kittykat. I don't know what meat tenderiser is or where to buy it, but I have baking soda in the cupboard so I'll give that a go first.

answerme123 Sat 20-Sep-14 15:09:44

I don't know about the waxy build up but I swear by RAISE armpit stain remover. It gets out the yucky discoloration from the pit area. I have saved many a shirt. I got it online

marylondon91 Thu 04-Aug-16 11:56:11

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