The Tricks To Washing Sweat Stains

29/07/2015 - Stain Removal Tips

Summer heat doesn’t help to keep your white and light-coloured shirts and t-shirts fresh and clean. Inevitably, sooner or later you will notice that armpit areas are becoming yellow-ish and not very pleasant to look at or wear. Before you consider buying a new piece of clothing, try one of these simple solutions which should help to remove the stains. For stubborn stains you may want to use different methods or repeat one of them.


Baking soda
Mix four tablespoons of baking soda with one quarter cup water. Scrub the mixture into the armpit areas and let it sit in the water for about an hour. Later rinse the shirt and leave it for drying. Repeat if needed.

Make a solution of vodka and water and spray it on to the stains before washing in the machine.

White vinegar
Soak the area or shirt in white vinegar for 15-30 minutes. And then wash and dry.

Mix of ingredients
You’ll need 1 cup vinegar, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1 tablespoon salt and 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide. Mix vinegar with 2 cups of water and let the shirt soak in the mixture for about 20 minutes. Mix the rest of ‘ingredients’ together and take out the shirt from the bowl. Put the second mixture on to the armpit area and leave for another 20 minutes and later add it to your regular white washing. You should take out shirt that looks like new.

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