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- February 10, 2014 at 4:31 am in reply to: B101 Challenge: Share your Best Stain Removing/Stain Fighting Tip #450618
For those yellow underarm stains from deodorant, or for your whites that are yellowing in general:
-Make a paste, mixing clean water with a few spoonfuls of fresh baking soda. You want to create a consistency that is thick enough to stay where you place it, yet runny enough to be spread around and absorbed somewhat into the fabric you are treating.
If you are treating spots, such as the underarms of a shirt, then simply spread the mixture liberally directly on top of the stain. Rub it in and let it sit for at least 24 hours.
Then wash as usual.
If you are treating an entire item of clothing, such as a whole shirt (or several white items), make a larger amount of the paste and make it more runny, in a large bowl. Add the clothing to the bowl and swish it around until the clothing is soaked and covered by the runny mixture. Let sit for 24 hours, then wash as usual.