Using Aspirin to Remove Perspiration Stains
what you will need:
Many swear by Aspirin healing powers as well as its stain removal powers. Aspirin has been found to be a great way to remove those pesky perspiration stains on your white clothing. For perspiration stain removal using Aspirin follow these short and to the point steps.
- To begin you will need to take 2 Aspirin and crush them into a fine powder.
- Take the Aspirin powder and dissolve it into 1/2 cup water. You will need to make the solution in a big enough container to soak the stained part of the garment.
- Next, you will want to only soak the part of the clothing in the Aspirin solution for about 2-3 hours.
- Launder as normal and inspect the clothing carefully. If the stain has been removed continue to dry the fabric. If the stain remains you can repeat steps 1-3 or you can continue reading to use the next method for removing perspiration stains.
Using Lemons to Remove Perspiration Stains
What you will need:
- Lemon juice
There are many who will use lemons to remove all different stains from their clothing. Lemons can be a great method to use, when trying to remove perspiration stains, but they can cause your fabrics color to change. Before using lemon juice, to treat these embarrassing perspiration stains, you may want to try and test the solution before you begin.
- To begin, you will need to create a solution using equal parts lemon juice and water.
- Take the solution and scrub the stained area. Ensure that you have worked the solution into the stain using your fingers or rubbing the fabric together.
- Launder as you normally would.
- Inspect the clothing to ensure the perspiration stain has been removed. If the stain remains continue to repeat the process. Do not dry the garment unless the stain has been removed.
Perspiration stains can be removed easily if you have tried to treat them right away. Like most stains the longer the stain sits on the fabric the harder it will be to remove.