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How to Remove Perspiration Stains and Odor from Clothes

Never Let Them See or Smell Your Sweat


Summertime perspiration stains and odor can be a problem in the laundry. Some of us glisten with a bit of moisture, most of us sweat. Each of these solutions will help you keep your laundry looking great and smelling sweet.

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1. How to Remove Yellow Underarm Stains

Those yellow stains in the underarms of your shirts are caused by a combination of your anti-perspirant and body soil. Those same stains don't turn yellow on colored shirts but they are there! Follow these steps to prevent and remove the yellow from your laundry.

2. Use Baking Soda to Reduce Odor

Even if you don't have perspiration stains, the odor may be there. By just adding some baking soda to your wash load can keep everything smelling sweet.

3. Use Vinegar to Reduce Odor

The white distilled vinegar that you have in your kitchen also works in the washer to reduce laundry odor.

4. Get Rid of Ring Around the Collar

If you are of a certain age, you remember the taunting ads and the shame of ring around the collar. Summertime sweat and moisture contribute to this problem but you can get the ring out by following a few easy tips.

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