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Deodorant That Won't Stain Clothing

May 18, 2007

Two shirts with deodorant stains on them.Do antiperspirants cause yellow stains on underarms of mens white shirts? if so, what is the best kind of deodorant to use?

Marilyn from Mobile, AL

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October 9, 20070 found this helpful
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I also use a Deodorant Crystal it works and doesn't stain. It is a little more exp. but lasts a long time, over a year. It also does not include aluminums which is suppose to be harmful.

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By Trinity (Guest Post)
October 27, 20070 found this helpful
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Aluminum is the active ingredient in most anti-perspirants and is responsible for the stains. If you switch to a strictly deodorant product you won't have the same problem. Usually the only aluminum-free products out there are of the all-natural variety; some of them don't work well and can have scents that are worse than BO, but I really Tom's of Maine deodorant stick in the Lemongrass scent. No stains or stinkiness so far!

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By lucy (Guest Post)
March 29, 20080 found this helpful
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Well I think that the best result for not getting those nasty yellow marks on shirts is LEMON! Use lemon after you shower for about a week. It will stop the yellow marks and you wont stink. Mexican people used it.

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I used to stain my white shirts, and my friend told me about the lemon. I though she was just kidding, but I tried it and it worked. After a week, you can start using your deodorant. Hope this works for you :)

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