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How to Take Yellow Deodorant Stains Off White Shirts

White shirts are a staple of every wardrobe, but yellow deodorant stains don’t have to be. Many deodorants also contain antiperspirant ingredients like aluminum, which reacts with the salts in sweat to cause yellowing in white fabric. While ordinary detergents won’t do much for armpit stains, fortun...
Marina Walker
Marina Walker • 2 years ago

How to remove yellow deodorant stains from white shirts

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