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How to Remove Sweat Stains – DIY

How to Remove Sweat Stains - DIY

Have you ever thought that you can save those clothes that got stained with sweat? Well it is time to give your clothes a second chance. Take a look in your medicine cabinet or in your kitchen for the tricks we’ve got for these problematic stains. First, make sure that the clothes you are going to apply this methods on are durable fabrics and washable. On colored clothes use hydrogen peroxide for a bleaching effect. Also for fragile fabrics like silk, wool or cashmere it is more adequate to take them to a professional dry cleaning. Therefore, let’s see which are the household ingredients that will help you to turn your sweaty clothes into looking all new again:

Lemon juice – Scrub sweat stains with equal parts lemon juice and water before placing in the wash.
Table salt – Sponge affected area with solution made of hot water and table salting before laundering.
Ammonia – Wash affected area with equal parts ammonia and water before laundering.
Liquid laundry detergent + sunshine – Soak garment in warm water and remove. Pour liquid detergent in sweat stain area. Place outside in sun for 3 to 4 hours and keep wet by spraying with water. Launder in cool water. Air-dry.
Hydrogen peroxide (do not use on colored clothed garments) – Apply solution of equal parts hydrogen peroxide and water on seat stain and let it take action for 30 minutes before washing.
Aspirin – Crush 2 aspirins and mix with ½ cup warm water. Soak for 2-3 hours before washing.
White vinegar – Rub white vinegar directly onto the sweat stain before washing.
Baking soda – Add just enough water to baking soda to create a paste and apply to stain. Let sit for a few hours before washing.
Meat tenderizer (use on non-seasoned types with ingredient bromelain) – Moisten sweat stain with warm water and add sprinkles of meat tenderizer. Let sit for ½ hour before washing.

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