How Do You Remove Perspiration Stains From White Cotton Shirts?
Sing with me now, “Perspiration stains on white cotton shirts; these are a few of my least favorite things.” Wouldn’t it be wonderful if perspiration stains were as easy to remove as they are to sing about? As my grandmother use to say, “The world is divided into two groups; those looking for a method to remove perspiration stains and those who have a method.” While it isn’t as easy as a song, there is one way to attack those stains. Spread the white towel on a flat surface, like a kitchen or bathroom counter. You can also put the towel on top of the clothes washer. Just make sure the surface is not one that will be damaged by bleach. Sprinkle some baking soda into the small bowl. Pour a little hydrogen peroxide into it. Mix with the toothbrush, until it begins to form a soft paste. Add more baking soda or hydrogen peroxide, if needed, to get the right consistency. Spread the white cotton shirt on top of the white towel. Scoop some of the soda/peroxide paste with the toothbrush and bru