How to remove deodorant and lipstick from clothes.
Tired of white deodorant marks?
You can remove them from a garment by gently rubbing the protective foam cover used on hangers or any microfiber sponges against the fabric.
Nylons will remove deodorant stains and are especially good to use on delicate fabrics like silk.
Makeup removing wipes are ideal, because they’re fairly low-moisture.
Baby wipes are also perfect for taking stray deodorant marks off your clothing.
Use dryer sheets to vanish white, chalky deodorant streaks.
Got lipstick on your clothes last night?
Use hairspray to remove a lipstick stain. Spray right onto the stain, and then let it sit for about 10 to 15 minutes. Wipe the stain away with clean cloth moistened with warm water.
Use shaving cream and a washcloth to remove liquid makeup and lipstick from shirt collars.
Use Rubbing alcohol. Simply take a clean, white cloth and moisten it with alcohol. Then, blot the lipstick stain. It will disappear.
Use Liquid Dishwashing Detergent. Dab on a little Dawn, let it set for about 10 minutes, then gently begin working on the stain from the outside edges inward. Be sure it does not contain any lighteners, brighteners, or bleach
Use Ammonia. Start by blotting off as much of the stain as you can, using plain water. Then use a cotton swab moistened with ammonia to dab at the stain .
You can use Professional Stain Removers. These stain removers are solvents which are helpful in removing lipstick:
- Motsenbocker’s Lift Off