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How To Remove White Deodorant Stains (VIDEO)

11/21/2012 02:31 pm ET | Updated Nov 22, 2012

One of the most frustrating stains on clothing is caused by deodorant. Especially when those white marks magically appear on your shirts no matter how awkwardly you maneuver yourself to avoid them. If you’re like us, you find yourself running to the nearest sink and try blotting the spots away with water but then you just end up with a huge water mark. Luckily Julie Edelman, The Accidental Housewife, found a really easy way to remove deodorant stains.

All you have to do is take foam rubber, usually found on dry-cleaner’s hangers, rub it along the stain and ta-da! Those embarrassing marks should be gone.

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