9 DIY Ways to Remove Sweat Stains from Clothes
Got a bad sweat stain on the underarms of your light-colored clothing? You probably have something in your kitchen or medicine cabinet that will help get rid of the stain immediately. Aspirin, table salt, lemon juice, white vinegar, baking soda, and even meat tenderizer (make sure it is unseasoned!) are some of the many common household ingredients you can use to make your sweaty clothes look brand new again.
Take note: these methods work best for washable, durable fabrics. Make sure not to use hydrogen peroxide on colored clothes, as they tend to have a bleaching effect. For more fragile fabrics such as cashmere, silk or wool, it is best advised to take your clothing to a dry cleaning professional.
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