Many clothes can no longer be worn because of those white deodorant traces that are under the arm. But, let’s not thrown our clothes for some stains…because there is a solution to remove it easily! And that solution isn’t called “scissors”!

Below, you have the perfect ingredients to remove those unsightly deodorant stains:

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One of the most effective tricks to remove those oldest deodorant stains on clothes is rinsing them with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. This blend has strong whitening properties that will remove even the toughest stains. On the other hand, its antiseptic and astringent power eliminates both the accumulation of bacteria in tissues and the fatty compounds of the deodorant that sticks to our clothes.

To prepare this remedy at home, you need the following ingredients:

– 4 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide
– 2 tablespoons of baking soda
– 1 tablespoon of liquid soap

Preparation and treatment:

Mix baking soda with hydrogen peroxide and soap in a bowl.
Apply the mixture over the stain and let it act for at least 1-2 hours, and then put it in the washing machine and wash it as usual.

After drying, you will see that the traces are gone!

Image Credits: Geenor

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