I have tried numerous store bought and homemade cleaning options but the yellow remains. Bleach is the worst product EVER to use on pit stains. It will turn them orange! Trust me I know. Vinegar, baking soda, peroxide mixture is best used on fresh stains and washed immediately (after soaking). I need an easier more permanent solution. RAISE Armpit Stain Remover offered me an opportunity to test their product.
Simply pour a little of the solution on the stained area. Rub the fabric together and allow it to sit for 15-20 mins before washing. Word of advice: Slowly pour the solution. It has a similar fluidity as water.
It's recommended not to use RAISE Armpit Stain Remover
on garments that you previously tried to pretreat. I did test this
theory. One shirt the stain almost vanished while on another it turned
burnt yellow in color. I also tried the solution on an old towel with a mysterious yellow stain. The stain was 95% gone (middle of the photo below) on the area I pretreated. You can see some left behind on the right side of the middle section. The bottom section I did not pretreat.
RAISE Armpit Stain Remover is a frugal way to extend the life of your favorite shirt or blouse.
RAISE Armpit Stain Remover were featured on The Doctor's, Marie Show and it has been tested and approved by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.
Avoid using this product if the garment has been bleached. Bleach makes sweat stains permanent. Use in a well ventilated area and avoid contact with the skin or eyes.
You can purchase RAISE Armpit Stain Remover here or at Amazon.com For a limited time RAISE Armpit Stain Remover is offering a 2 for $20 special on their site.
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