How to Remove Deodorant Stains
Deodorant might keep you smelling fresh, but deodorant stains are not a good look.
Few things can get your day off on the wrong foot like discovering stray white marks on a black dress, or discolored underarms on your white shirt. Unfortunately the same ingredients designed to keep you dry and fresh can leave their own marks on your clothes. To get rid of deodorant stains, pre-treating is key, and you’ll want to act fast. All you need is a soft-bristled toothbrush and a good detergent like Tide Ultra Stain Release Liquid. With just a little effort, deodorant stains will be loosened in no time. Continue reading for Tide’s step-by-step guide to show you how to remove any deodorant stain like a pro.
Removing Deodorant Stains
Brush off any excess from the garment before rinsing under cold, running water. The higher the water pressure, the easier it will be to remove.
Effective Stain Removal for a Variety of Stains
A deodorant stain is hard to remove, but it's not the only tough stain out there. Sweat can also pose stain-removal problems. Whether you’re trying to banish those yellow rings around your collars, or freshen up your gym clothes, the good news is Tide can tackle the toughest laundry challenges, including sweat stains. With a few of our tips and tricks, you can get even the most stubborn stains out of your favorites.