There's nothing worse than putting on your favourite white T-shirt or blouse, only to realise that it's actually unwearable due to not-so-pleasant yellow stains in the underarm area from deodorant residue and sweat.
Sure, you could try to hide the marks with a blazer or cardigan, but if you want to wear the top as is (and don't want to rush out and buy something new!), a quick solution to remove the stains is key. To help you decide what works best, we put three remedies found on Pinterest to the test. All of these use household items you probably already have at home—we're talking the lemon juice test, baking soda trick, and salt-solution formula.
Keep scrolling to check out our before and after photos—and uncover which item works best to remove underarm stains. And if you're in the market to just buy a new white shirt after all, we rounded up a few of our favourites below, too.
What You Need: Equal parts lemon and water to create an at-home lemon juice solution.
Dab a liberal amount of your solution on a clean towel, and rub into the underarm area. Repeat a few times as needed. Note that you will need to wait until the area is dry to see any result.
What You Need: 4 tablespoons of baking soda and a 2 fluid oz of hot water.
Mix the baking soda and water together to make a paste. Then use a clean towel to rub the solution into the underarm area. Wait for it to dry.
What You Need: 4 tablespoons of salt and 1 litre of hot water.
Dissolve the salt in the hot water, and use a towel to scoop up the solution and rub it into the underarm area. As with the other tricks, wait for the solution to dry before seeing results.
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