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Use Deodorant to Remove Underarm Stains

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Some deodorants can help remove stained underarms on your clothing. This is a guide about use deodorant to remove underarm stains.
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June 9, 2016

I bought a beautiful white sweater at a yard sale. The challenge though was the sweater had large yellow armpit stains. I got all sorts of advice, use OXI, use vinegar, use lemon juice, use baking soda; they all failed. Then someone said use what "caused the stain". Hmmmmm, deodorant.

I used a stick of solid white deodorant and rubbed it thickly into both sides inside and out. Let it sit in cold water overnight. Washed as normal the next morning and Wha-La! Beautiful white sweater that looks like new!

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July 18, 20160 found this helpful

Hello and thanks for the article! Does this work on a variety of colors and fabrics?

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June 17, 20180 found this helpful

I have a black non-cotton (possibly rayon) top with white underarm stains. I'm not understanding the logic of why deodorant would remove deodorant stains, though. Can anyone explain the science of this? TIA!

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