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By: Jessi Wohlwend Tue, 03 Apr 2018 17:32:31 +0000 In reply to Cathy.

Yup, the Ingredients list tells you exactly how much to use of each!

By: Jessi Wohlwend Tue, 03 Apr 2018 17:10:28 +0000 In reply to Becky.

Haha, good question! The ring around the collar of shirts is usually a combination of the oils from our skin and dirt; at least on mine and my husband’s shirts, the stains around the neck of the shirts are more a dirty grey or brown rather than the yellow we get for armpit stains. I use dishwasher detergent to get out the stains around the collars of our shirts and it works really well:

By: Becky Thu, 29 Mar 2018 00:23:53 +0000 So if yellow stains are not caused by the urea in our sweat, then what causes ring around the collar? I do not apply antiperspirant to the back of my neck, lol!

By: Chris Thu, 22 Mar 2018 08:19:32 +0000 So like probably every other white loving lady I was searching the Internet for a solution on how to remove the yellow sweat stains from my white clothes. The perfect white tee (dress shirt, Sweatshirt) is no easy feat, white is a tricky color and it can cost serious money!
So throwing out my whites was NOT an option!

Enter this post:
It worked! Happy dance and crowning glory for Jessi!
I have tried many things before, I stank up my appartment with vinegar, I dumped buckets of oxi directly on the stains, etc. nothing worked!

This combination for removing yellow sweat stains from underam pits is genuis. Combining Dish washing liquid (I used a clear one), hydrogen peroxide 3% and washing soda (I live in Germany, so I used another brand) ist the answer! Look no further!
I would even say you could skip the vinegar afterwards…but my clothes were “only” yellow stained and had no stench attached.

Just be sure to cover the area widely enough. I missed a couple of spots around the edges. But that only proves how well the other is now restored to crisp white 🙂
I will brush in the mixture before the next wash and that should fix it.

The mixture was enough for 10 generously treated ladies items.

I washed afterwards on 30 degrees celsius, mixed setting, extra rinse cycle and dumped in 1/4 cup washing soda along with the detergent for extra oomph.

Happy washing!

BTW I am now sitching to Arm and Hammer “Fresh” deodorant on days when wearing white tops.
It´s the aluminum in my antiperspirant that added up and yellowed my clothes. Probably hat time to react while lying in the closet in winter. bc I swear I put in white shirts! Well at least whiter 😉

By: Cathy Wed, 07 Feb 2018 12:58:58 +0000 This sounds great. I want to try. Do you have an approximation of how much of each to use? Just wondering. Thanks