Feb 14, 2006 · How to Remove Yellow Armpit Stains. Let’s face it, we’ve all dealt with embarrassing armpit stains. However, you can still save your favorite shirt from a trash can extinction. Follow the steps below to remove those stubborn yellow stains and prevent future ones from ruining your wardrobe.
De-yellow and de-stink your family’s clothes by learning these quick, easy methods to remove underarm stains. Combat mild odors by adding a cup of baking soda each to your machine’s wash and rinse cycles. For a stubborn stench, dilute three tablespoons of salt (to help kill bacteria) in a quart of warm water and soak the garment for at least one hour, then rinse and wash as usual.
Say goodbye to yellow underarm stains. According to the folks at Degree, the stains occur when the aluminum in your antiperspirant or deodorant combines with the salt in your sweat. The stains are notoriously difficult to get rid of with normal washing in the laundry machine. Using three shirts, we …
How to Remove Yellow Armpit Stains. Place your blighted shirt in the sink, making sure the yellow stains are completely submerged. For mild stains, just let the shirt sit for an hour; for DEFCON 5 stains, let your shirt sit overnight. After you’re done soaking, rinse your shirt and launder as usual.
How to Remove Underarm Stains on Dark Shirts. Allow shirts to soak for at least 30 minutes. Drain vinegar water and wash as usual in cool water. If the build-up is really heavy, mix a one to one solution of white distilled vinegar and water and use an old toothbrush to scrub the area before soaking.