Deodorant build-up is beginning to accumulate in the armpits of some of my shirts. It has a sticky, damp feeling and leaves a visible stain on lighter shirts. Is there any way to remove this build-up and prevent this from happening again (other than not using deodorant)? Hmmmm, not using
Be sure to save your cardboard tubes from wrapping paper. After you iron your tablecloth, lay it out flat or fold neatly to fit your tube. Roll the table cloth up onto the tubing then place it in a drawer. It saves you from having harsh hanger marks.
Some scorch marks can be taken off white cotton by using 3 percent hydrogen peroxide. Apply to scorched area with an eye dropper until saturated. Leave on shirt for 20 minutes. If the stain still remains, repeat the process until it disappears. Rinse fabric in water. Note: Some modern white