Tips to Remove Sweat Stains and Odors

Tips to Remove Sweat Stains and Odors

Anyone that works out at the GYM, does demanding physical work or strenuous exercise regularly has one or two T-shirts that have suffered from yellowish discoloration caused by sweat. Usually the underarm areas are affected the worst. In this article I will share some great tips that will help you remove those nasty sweat stains from your T-shirt.

White Vinegar works great not just for the removal of sweat stains, but it also gets rid of the smells of various sources.
To remove those nasty pit stains, close to the time after taking off the garment sprinkle the discolored area with white vinegar, rub it into the area, leave it for at least 20 minutes and wash your garment as usual.

For odor removal use about a cup of white vinegar and just add it to the wash load with the detergent. This can work effectively for any types of odor.

Although liquid bleach cannot be used on coloured or delicate fabrics, like silk or wool, it is one of the most effective methods for removing perspiration stains or odor. Apply it directly to the stained area for 10 minutes, and then wash your garments as usual. Or alternatively add a ½ cup of liquid bleach to your wash with the detergent. However, the downside of using a liquid bleach treatment is that it’s a fairly corrosive substance. Repeated liquid bleach treatment can wear your garments out faster.

Many every day situations cause people to work up a sweat. These stain and odor removal tips will help you remove your perspiration marks quickly, easily and effectively.

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