How do you remove deodorant buildup in shirts?

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Black shirts are often ruined over time by deodorant the build up of deodorant along the sleeve line. Instead of throwing these deodorant stained shirts out, remove the deodorant build up by creating a vinegar and water mixture to soak the shirt in. The mixture should be ½ vinegar and ½ water. Soak either the stained area, or the entire shirt, in this solution for approximately 6 hours. After 6 hours, take the shirt from the mixture and throw it into the washing machine. The deodorant stains should come right out, and your shirt is like new.
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1. Sprinkle a thick layer of baking soda over the deodorant stainand rub it into the fabric a little bit. 2. Pour vinegar over the baking soda to make a bubbly chemical reaction.
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My Laundry Question. If my clothes have already been stained to a conplete white because the dryer made it worse can I still remove it? Share a Little Background Info. From deororant
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Use hot water and baking soda and wash it regularly.
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Generally water will help to remove deodorant stains. However, the best thing to do might be to change deodorants. There are a lot of clear deodorants out there that won't leave any
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