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  • Stefani Nealy

    Underarm stain remover | Dawn, hydrogen peroxide, baking soda

  • Jerica Smith

    To remove arm pit stains make a stain remover mixture; of one part Dawn dishwashing liquid mixed with two parts Hydrogen Peroxide but stains are stubborn (in my experience even pouring bleach directly on the stained area didnt work at all). So add some baking soda to the mixture and scrubbing it in for a few minutes. After that let the shirt sit for an hour or so and then wash as usual.

  • Dougie Arthur

    Goodbye to yellow armpit stains homemade stain remover one part dawn dishwashing liquid mixed with two parts hydrogen peroxide plus some baking soda

  • Renee Prince

    yellow armpit stain remover? I need to try this on my husbands white shirts.

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