How To Remove Sweat Stains From Your Favourite White Shirt
Step out of your house or office this summer, and you’re greeted with a gust of hot, humid air that literally melts your make up off, frizzes your hair up, and causes you to perspire in places you didn’t know you could. And if you do decide to wear something pretty, like that silk blouse for instance, you can be sure to have armpit sweat stains by the end of the day. That’s why we’re here to show you how to remove sweat stains this summer.
Those nasty sweat stains often turn yellow thanks to the combination of perfume and sweat, and can be stubborn AF! Even your laundry guy will give up. Thankfully, we found two hacks that actually work on the nasty things.
1. Baking Soda + Hydrogen + Dish Washing Soap
Create a mixture of baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and dish washing soap, and work it into the stain. Let it sit on the fabric for an hour to work its magic! Then wash as usual, and watch the stains disappear completely.
2. Rub Lemon/Vinegar
Squeeze a small amount of lemon juice or pour some vinegar onto the stain. Rub it into the fabric before placing it in the wash. It’s all about the chemistry, girl!
One of the cheapest and most common ingredients that you would find in every household is salt! Wet the stain, and apply salt on it. Rub it on. Then allow the garment to sit for a few hours before washing it in cold water.
P.S. Stick A Panty Liner In Your T-Shirt
If you wan’t to avoid the stain removal process all together, then just stick a panty liner on the inside armpit area of your T-shirt. The pad will absorb sweat, and keep your shirt stain-free all day!