Throughout the years I have tried many methods of removing stains from clothing. This homemade spot remover really does the job, and it is very inexpensive and easy to make.

Miracle Spot Remover

This homemade spot remover really does the job, and it is very inexpensive and easy to make. Removes yellow underarm stains, blood stains, and more.

simple and easy tips to get rid of sweat / yellow stains from armpit, collar and cuffs

7 Tips to get rid of sweat stains from armpit, collar and cuffs

9 Underarm & Deodorant Stain Removal Tips - deodorant stains always ruin my white shirts eventually

#StyleHack: How to Remove Yellow Armpit Stains for Good via @WhoWhatWear

#StyleHack: How to Remove Yellow Armpit Stains for Good

How to Remove Yellow Armpit Stains for Good.works well but be careful with discoloration and bleaching on bright colors

armpit stain remover ~ I used this on work shirts I've worn weekly for 8 months and it got rid of the stain and smell!...I will have to try this!! Maybe this will help smelly soccer shirts

The Prudent Pantry: Homemade Underarm Stain Remover Using dish soap, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda, will work on ring around the collar stains as well!

Pinterest Experiment: Removing Underarm Stains...could TOTALLY use this on Jon's shirts!

MS: DIY Underarm Stain Remover: 1 part Dawn (or any dishwashing liquid, I assume), 2 parts hydrogen peroxide, then add baking soda to create a paste. Use brush to work it in, and let it sit for 1 hour.

Arm pit stains...I have actually tried this and it works great! I use about 2T of baking soda, 1t of Dawn, and about 2t hydrogen peroxide (for those who need exact measurements!). Make a paste then rub onto the stain. I let it dry overnight the first time, the second time just threw it in the washer, both came out clean. Used on shirts other than white too.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

How To Remove Sweat Stains The Easy Way

remove pit stains using dawn, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. The mixture I scrubbed on with the brush above was 1 tsp. Dawn dishwashing detergent, tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide, and a couple tablespoons of baking soda.

Getting rid of armpit stains! Updated "before and after" pictures!

How To Remove Sweat Stains The Easy Way

Goodbye to Yellow Armpit Stains: one part Dawn dishwashing liquid + two parts hydrogen peroxide + some baking soda. Use a small laundry brush to work the mixture into the stain for a few minutes. Let sit for an hour or so then launder as usual.

Instead of pitching all your white, pitted out shirts, get rid of the stains! How to get rid of underarm stains and prevent them via The Mama's Girls

How to Rid and Prevent Underarm Stains

How to get rid of underarm stains in shirts and prevent them Crush 8 – 10 Aspirin pills in a small bowl. Add just enough water to make a paste. Work the paste into the stain. Let it sit on the stain overnight Wash as you normally do.

Clean sweat stains from your favorite t-shirts and camis with Dawn, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Baking Soda!

Clean deodorant stains from your favorite t-shirts and camis with Dawn, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Baking Soda.***I bet this would work on dress shirt collars too

Combine one part Dawn dish soap with two parts hydrogen peroxide. Add enough baking soda to make a paste. Rub it into the perspiration stain and let it sit for an hour before washing.

The Prudent Pantry: removing perspiration stains. Combine one part Dawn dish soap with two parts hydrogen peroxide. Add enough baking soda to make a paste. Rub it into the perspiration stain and let it sit for an hour before washing.

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