Removing stains from antiperspirant

Posted: January 31st, 2013 | Author: | Stains

After using antiperspirant stains on our clothes are often visible.


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Aluminum chloride acidic is responsible for them. It may react with the dye of the fabric. To get rid of such stains, moisten the stain with ammonia, then rinse thoroughly. In the case of delicate fabrics, dilute ammonia in water in 1 to 1 proportions. Another method is to impose a layer of slightly diluted detergent on the stain. Rub the stain with a paste, packed clothing to foil bag and leave for a few hours. After this time, wash it in hot water. This method cannot be used for delicate and easily bleached fabrics.

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