Sweat stains are a real challenge for any housewife. To remove them you don’t need the most expensive cleaning solutions, just some DIY solutions.
The areas where sweat stains are hard to remove, such as underarm area should be sprinkled with lemon juice. The same solution can be used to remove fresh sweat stains.
Sweat stains on cotton clothes
Aspirin can be a solution for everyone. Dissolve 2 aspirins in half a cup of water and water and apply the solution to affected areas.
Yellow sweat stains on white t-shirts
A portion of dishwashing detergent mixed with 2 parts of hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon of baking soda. The paste is applied to the stains and left it act for one hour. T-shirts are then washed normally.
Stains on silk clothes
To get rid of unpleasant sweat stains on silk clothes make a mixture of a spoonful of vinegar and half a cup of water. Dab the area with a sponge soaked in this solution and then rinse with lukewarm water.
Yellow sweat stains on white collars
These are the toughest stains to remove. Prepare a solution made of water and vodka and apply it over the affected areas and let it to act for a few minutes.
Yellow sweat stains from bras
Bras can be cleaned if they are soaked in cold water with normal detergent and 3% hydrogen peroxide.
Deodorant stains on black clothes
Whitish sweat and deodorant stains on black clothes can be removed if you sprinkle baking soda directly on the stain and then pour vinegar over it. Wash the clothes normally.
Sweat stains on socks
Add the stained socks in a solution of 4 tablespoons of salt dissolved in one liter of hot water and leave them to soak in this salty water until the stains disappear.
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