How To Remove Deodorant Stains
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Below you can both submit tips for how to remove deodorant stains, and also read tips already submitted, including several video tips.

Stains are a fact of life, but fortunately other people have been in your shoes before.

This is your chance to share your success stories for removing these stains, or if you need help of your own, get some ideas for how to clean up your stain.

The tips below include both DIY and homemade remedies for removing these marks and stains, as well product reviews that can help. You can also check out my deodorant stain removal guide here.

Here are the best tips submitted so far:

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Use Gal Pal As Remover
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secret deodorant
Rub Them Away

arm & hammer deodorant
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wire hangers
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carbona stain devil #9
Carbona Stain Devil #9 Review

pitstop underarm stain remover
PitStop Underarm Remover
citric acid and vinegar
Removing Build Up With Vinegar & Citric Acid
Fels Naptha
Fels Naptha Soap For Pretreating
dryer sheets
Rub Away With Used Dryer Sheet

baby wipes
Wipe Away With Baby Wipes
applying deodorant
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remove deodorant stains

Deodorant stains can be difficult to remove, especially if they have been sitting for a while.

That is likely to happen when we accidentally get deodorant all over our clothing while applying it, or even putting on our clothes too soon after application.

Many times we don't realize there is even a stain, until someone tells us, or when we take off our clothing at the end of the day.

You can also get stains from deodorant on other things besides clothing too, such as on your couch or carpeting.

Do you have some tips to share about getting rid of these deodorant stains?

If so, please share exactly how you accomplished your deodorant stain removal with us, and also how old the stain was when you dealt with it.

Do You Have A Tip For How To Remove Deodorant Stains?

Have you successfully removed deodorant stains from your clothing or other areas of your home, such as if you dropped the deodorant onto the carpet.

Feel free to share instructions for how you removed the stain, and what homemade or commercial supplies or stain removers you used to accomplish it.

In addition, you can also share what did not work for you to allow us to steer clear of those pitfalls.

Other Readers Deodorant Stain Removal Tips

Click the links below to see additional deodorant stain removal tips, contributed by other readers.

How To Remove Deodorant Stains From Clothes 
A frequent question I get here on the site is "how to remove deodorant stains from clothes?" It is really no surprise because antiperspirant sticks, …

Deodorant Remover Reviews & How To Make Your Own 
Have you ever heard of a deodorant remover? Basically, these products are a way to remove the excess antiperspirant or deodorant residue that you accidentally …

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