How to Remove Sweat Stains from White Clothes (Easy and Cheap)

White clothes are versatile and never go out of style. Whether they’re a part of your day to day style or your work uniform, the fact is that these clothes are essential to any wardrobe. They do, however, get dirty a lot easier and show it a lot more.

Sweat stains can appear very quickly due to a reaction between our deodorant and the salt present in our sweat. Usually the stains appear during the day, but some people perspire excessively at night and also leave stains on their pajamas and bedding.

If you notice yellow spots under your arms, then your deodorant is probably the one to blame and that means you need to change it. Also, white clothing may eventually turn yellow and grimy and therefore need special care.

If you have white garments that are grimy or yellowish, then this video is for you.

Today we’re going to teach you an easy and economical way to make them white and vibrant again!

You will need:

1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid;
3 or 4 teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide (3%);
2 tablespoons of baking soda.

Here’s what you do:

Mix all the ingredients and stir them well to form a homogeneous paste.
After that, apply the mixture to the stain and rub.
After a few minutes, wash clothes normally.
You will not need to use bleach or chlorine.
Just rub this paste on your whites and then throw the laundry in the washing machine.

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