How to Remove Yellow Armpit & Collar Stains (6 Ways)

How to Remove Yellow Armpit Stains

This video demonstrates a simple and cheap method to remove yellow armpit stains from garments using OxiClean. This is a simple, cheap and effective way to get your shirt clean and anyone can do it.

The stains are caused by a reaction between deodorant/antiperspirant and the salt that is in your sweat.

The process involves spraying the stain with OxiClean, rubbing it with hands, letting it dwell for 24 hours, washing the garment, and drying it.

If the stain is severe, the OxiClean can be left to dwell for up to a week.

Here are some additional methods you can try to remove yellow armpit stains:

  1. Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide: Mix baking soda and hydrogen peroxide into a paste and apply it to the stain. Let it sit for about 30 minutes, then wash the garment as you normally would.
  2. Lemon Juice and Salt: Mix equal parts of lemon juice and salt to make a paste. Apply the paste to the stain and let it sit for about an hour. Wash the garment as you normally would.
  3. White Vinegar: Soak the stained area in white vinegar for about 30 minutes, then wash the garment as you normally would.
  4. Dish Soap and Hydrogen Peroxide: Mix dish soap and hydrogen peroxide in equal parts and apply it to the stain. Let it sit for about 30 minutes, then wash the garment as you normally would.
  5. Aspirin: Crush aspirin tablets and mix with warm water to make a paste. Apply the paste to the stain and let it sit for a few hours before washing the garment as you normally would.
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All these methods can also be used to remove yellow stains from shirt collar.

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How to Get Yellow Stains Out of Collars

These methods can be effective in removing yellow armpit and collar stains from garments, but it’s important to always check the care label of your garment and test the cleaning solution on a small, inconspicuous area before applying it to the stain to avoid damaging the fabric.

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