Remove Deodorant Stains From Clothes
So, you want to learn how to remove deodorant stains from your clothes without walking out with a huge wet stain. There are two ways to remove deodorant stains, and both are cheap, fast, and easy. Going green has never been more useful.
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Dryer Sheets Can Remove Deodorant Stains
The first way to remove deodorant stains from your clothes is also a green way. After you have washed and dry a load of laundry, don't throw away that dryer sheet. Dryer sheets are great for removing deodorant stains from your clothes and preventing that dreaded wet spot.
Simply take the dryer sheet and rug the stain. It disappears like magic. You have to use a dry sheet that has been already use to prevent the cleaning materials from farther staining your clothes. Here's an additional tip: Store the use dryer sheets in a shoe box in your closet. No only is it a organized way to store the sheet, but it keeps you closet smelling fresh too.
Foam Can Remove Deodorant Stains
The second way to remove deodorant stains from your clothes works the same way as the first. However, we are using foam from a wire hanger instead of a dryer sheet.
Simply remove the form from the wire hanger and rub the stain. It's like magic. The stain disappears immediately.
To see how to use foam or a dryer sheet to remove deodorant stains from your clothes, view the video below-->