Seven Easy Tips To Remove Yellow Underarm Stains From Your Shirts

  November 18, 2018

Yellow underarm perspiration stains steal the charm of your favorite shirts and look embarrassing. They are also tend to be stubborn and are not easy to remove. Here are seven tried and true remedies that are sure to remove them.

  • Aspirin tablets may remove yellow underarm perspiration stains from your shirts. Firstly crush two aspirin tablets and pour the powder in a cup of warm water. Then stir the water well and then pour the solution on the stain. Leave the shirt to sit in the solution for at least for 40-45 mins, then wash it properly. The stain should go.
  • Your dish-washing liquid can also help you remove the stain. Pour 2 to 3 drops of dish-washing liquid in a container and then add 4 to 5 drops of hydrogen peroxide to the container then mix well. Now, apply the mixture on the stain and leave it for half an hour and then wash it properly.
  • You can remove the yellow stains from the underarm of your shirt by taking 5 tablespoons of salt from your kitchen. Take one liter of hot water in a container and then pour salt into the water. Now, stir the water so that the salt mixes well with it. After stirring well pour the shirt in the solution for an hour. The stain may go.
  • Lemon can also remove the yellow stains from your shirt. Take a lemon and cut it into pieces. Rub one piece on the stain for five to ten minutes and then leave the shirt for 20 minutes. Then proceed to wash the shirt you usually do. The stain should go.
  •  Take 4 tablespoons baking soda in a container and then add half cup water to the container. Now, apply, the solution to the stain, rub the stain gently, and then leave the shirt for 20-30 minutes, the stain should go.
  • Vodka can also remove the stains from your shirts. Take 4 tablespoons of vodka and water in the same amount in a small container. Then gently rub the stain  with their mixture. The stain should go.
  • Vinegar can also be useful to remove yellow stains from the underarms of your shirt. You don’t need to add anything to it. Simply put some drops of vinegar on the stain, and then rub it gently. Then leave the shirt for a couple of minutes and then wash it. The stain should go.

However, before applying these methods, you should check if the shirt is washing machine friendly or dry clean. If it should be dry cleaned, you should not try these methods and approach an expert in laundry service North Vancouver.