Do you have shirts with yellow stains under the arms? Deodorant stains settle particularly well in combination with sweat, and can be difficult to remove. Here you will find the recipe on how to remove the stains.

Deodorant stains are usually easy to wash off, but deodorant stains in combination with sweat are a challenge.

Lemon soap will remove the stains, but you may need to repeat the process if the stains are severe. For garments that can withstand being in water for a long time, you can leave it overnight after you have rubbed thoroughly with the soap.

See below how to best remove the stains:

How to remove deodorant stains from machine washable garments:

1. Put the garment in warm water, for wool - use lukewarm water

2. Rub with Lemon Soap until the stain is gone

3. If it is an old or particularly difficult stain - leave the garment for a few hours so that the soap can work.

4. Rinse the garment if the stain is gone and the garment is clean

5. If the stain is not completely gone - put the garment in the machine without rinsing off the soap and wash as usual in the machine with Lemon Wash.

Here's how to remove deodorant stains from non-machine washable garments:

1. Spray Lemon Foam on the stain

2. Rub the foam into the stain

3. Wipe off all soap residue with a wet cloth immediately after application or rinse if possible.

4. Repeat if necessary