Place the stain face down on folded paper towels. Sponge area with dry-cleaning solvent. Replace towels frequently; let dry; rinse.(Dry-cleaning solvent can be purchased at larger grocery stores or at cleaning supply stores). Rub with a heavy-duty liquid detergent and launder Repeat treatment if needed using an all-fabric bleach, because
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Use Dawn diswashing liquid on the stain. Cover the stain with the dishwashing liquid, let it sit for a few minutes, the launder a usual.
For old stain try using a paint remover (from a hardware store). Test a small area first. This is a fairly harsh chemical designed to turn paint to mush so it can be removed from furniture for refinishing etc. Scrape and remove (using a spoon) as much of the paint
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