How to remove deodorant stains from clothes: 5 simple tips

It is difficult to imagine modern life without the use of deodorant, which protects us from the unpleasant smell of sweat.

However, this product has one serious drawback – white stains remain on clothes. Unfortunately, regular washing will not remove deodorant stains. However, there are simple ways to get rid of this problem.

1. Lemon juice
Everyone knows that lemon juice and citric acid are great at removing all kinds of dirt. Therefore, it is worth applying lemon juice mixed with water (1 to 1) on the problem area. Leave the acid for 10-15 minutes and then rub the affected area with a toothbrush. Then rinse the blouse with warm water and put it in the washing machine.

2. Sodium bicarbonate
Mix 3 parts baking soda with one part water to make a homogeneous paste. Apply the paste to the affected area and rub the fabric with a toothbrush. Then rinse the blouse in warm water and put it in the washing machine.

3. Table salt
Instead of baking soda, you can mix water and table salt in equal proportions. The salt is left for an hour, then the clothes are rinsed with hot water or put in the washing machine.

4. Hydrogen peroxide
As for white clothes, you can use hydrogen peroxide which has bleaching properties. Mix equal parts of water with hydrogen peroxide and apply the solution to the stain. Leave the hydrogen peroxide for 15-20 minutes and rinse the blouse under a stream of warm water.

5. Wine vinegar
Mix two tablespoons of vinegar with a glass of water. Apply the resulting solution to the stain and leave it for a few hours. Then you will have to rinse the clothes in warm water or put them in the washing machine.