Antiperspirants and deodorants can often make those white stains so uncomfortable on our clothes.
Some simple tricks can be great allies to end these spots. See some of them below.
Wet the part of the fabric that is stained and spread a little salt over it. Leave on for 8 to 12 hours. Then wet it again and add more salt. Lightly rub the fabric and place the item in the washing machine.
Put some detergent on the stain, rub lightly, and let it act for 30 minutes. Then rinse the laundry.
Squeeze a few drops of lemon juice directly onto the stain. Leave on for 5 to 10 minutes. Then wash the garment manually with warm water.
A mixture of hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and dishwashing liquid
Use the following mixture: 4 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide, 1 teaspoon of dishwashing detergent, and 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Put the mixture on the stain and let it act for a few hours. Then wash your clothes.
Apply vinegar on the stain and let it act overnight. In the morning, wash the garment as usual. Vinegar can be applied to colored clothes and wool, and other natural fabrics, but it is good to avoid wearing white clothes, turning them yellow.
Put some vodka over the stain and wait a few minutes. If you prefer, you can leave the vodka on the fabric for longer, but not more than an hour. Finish by washing the garment.
Do you know those whitish stains that are left when you finish using deodorant and put on clothes? Because they are easily removed using a synthetic fabric sock (pantyhose or social type). Just rub it lightly on your clothes, and the stain will disappear.
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