How to remove sweat stains from clothes


Paradoxically, sweat stains are caused by deodorant or laundry detergent, products, which should normally prevent the occurrence of such problems. Here’s how to remove the sweat stains from your clothes:[expand title=”” trigpos=”below” ]

First of all, you need to identify the cause of the appearance of sweat stains on your clothes. White stains are caused by aluminum-based deodorants and yellow stains by carbon-based detergents. So it is advisable to choose a deodorant without antiperspirant and change the laundry detergent.

Analyze the stains so you can choose one of the methods below, depending on their color and texture.

Choose an easy stain removal treatment if these are superficial, as follows:

– Transparent carbonated juices;
– A paste made with baking soda and a little water;
– Crushed aspirin.

Choose a strong treatment if stains are hard to remove, as follows:
– White wine vinegar (avoid balsamic vinegar because it stains);
– Lemon juice;
– Professional stain removal solution.

Allow any of these two treatments to penetrate into spots for up to 2 hours, depending on their severity, and then rinse your clothes thoroughly with warm water.

Put the stained clothes in the washing machine along with the rest of your clothes. Add a special detergent against stains to the washing machine to make sure they are removed.

If the sweat stains are not removed, add bleach directly on them and wash the clothes again. Beware, however, because it can discolor colorful laundry.[/expand]