It has happened to everyone at some point in there life. They slip on a shirt right after they apply deodorant, only to find deodorant stains on their shirt. Many people at this point will go to their closet and change shirts. There is no need for this. Follow these simple steps to remove deodorant stains on a shirt.
Things You'll Need
- 1 pack unscented baby wipes
- 1 deodorant stained shirt
Remove the Deodorant Stain
Straighten out the place on the shirt where the deodorant stain is located. If you are still wearing the shirt just pull the fabric tight.
Take one baby wipe and rub the deodorant stain. Keep the baby wipe only in contact with the deodorant stain on the shirt. You do not want to get the shirt too damp.
Repeat Step 2 with all deodorant stains that appear on the shirt.
Allow the shirt to dry completely before heading out with it on.
Tips & Warnings
- Keep a pack of travel baby wipes with you in the car to remove deodorant stains that you don't notice until you leave the car.
- Do not use the moisturized baby wipes. They will leave lotion on the shirt and make a bigger mess than the stain they were used to remove.
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