Use Panty Hose to Remove Deodorant Marks From Clothing

Rubbing the spot with a pair of panty hose can easily help remove deodorant stains and residue from clothing. This is a page about use panty hose to remove deodorant marks from clothing.
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June 2, 2005

Take a pair of old panty hose and rub back and forth across the fabric where the deodorant stain is. It will help remove it.

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September 7, 2008

My mother in law gave me great tip that I use almost everyday. When I am getting dressed and accidentally get deodorant on my shirt or dress, I grab a pair of pantyhose wad them up into a ball and quickly rub the white stain out. This works so well never fails!

I hope this will help others because its frustrating enough just to figure out what you want to wear!

By Emmy from Erlanger, KY

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