There is a home method with which we can get rid of sweat stains that remain on clothing, and this formula can also be used to clean pillows and other objects in the room.

The following suggestions to eliminate yellowish stains caused by sweat in certain areas of clothing are very effective tips that you can put into practice without investing a lot of money and will help you avoid discoloration of clothes, which often ends up being the result of these spots.

Tips to remove sweat stains

Most clothing items, such as shirts and white T-shirts or T-shirts, can end with a yellowish tone in the neck and armpit area, and many times we think that it is time to throw them away, with these simple tricks you can learn how to put them down again in its tone and give more life to your clothes despite having sweat stains .

1. Wash clothes after wearing them

This is very important, as sweat itself is colorless, but failure to remove it in time can stain clothing. What causes the yellow stain on clothes is the action of bacteria that live in the armpits . The longer you take to remove these marks from your clothing, the harder it will be to get rid of them later.

2. Avoid ironing stained areas

Do not iron over any stain on the clothing as this will cause it to become even more impregnated. If you still notice that there are sweat or deodorant residues in certain parts of the garment, do not use the iron, it is advisable to wash the garment again or try the following natural solution before ironing it.

3. On a recent stain use this formula

  1. The solution to many of our ills, baking soda . In a liter of water, put 5 tablespoons of baking soda. Let the garment soak for 30 minutes, then wash it normally.
  2. With white vinegar: In a liter of warm water, put 3 tablespoons of white vinegar . You should also let it soak for 10 minutes and then wash normally.

4. For difficult or time-consuming stains

In these cases, it is necessary to prepare a slightly more powerful formula, and we will achieve that with the use of baking soda and lemon juice, mixing until a pasty consistency is reached, the amount will depend on the size of the stain. It should be applied with a clean brush and allowed to rest for approximately 45 minutes. Next, soak in soapy water for an hour and a half, then we must wash and rinse the garment as usual.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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