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I don't know how well this works on white or light clothing, but my problem is my son's dark/black t-shirts. They get this silvery/white stain in the underarm area. This worked perfectly. I've used vinegar in the past, and had no success. I tried the "first" solution, and prepared the second one.....no need to use the second one. Even though these stains were set in, the ammonia mix got rid of them on the dark t-shirts! Loved this!!!! I was ready to throw these t-shirts out, but now, they can be worn again. Thanks for sharing your secret recipe. Made for Photo Tag!

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breezermom September 11, 2010

Worked pretty well on some old yellow perspiration stained T-shirts!

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Kathy :-( March 31, 2009

Wearing black doesn't help. I went looking for this because my hubby has anti-perspirant stains on his black work shirt. Hoping this will work on black too. Will report back.

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tasb June 05, 2005

EWWWW! Not the recipe, of course, but the necessity to use it! This did a pretty good job of getting some gross yellow stains out of my husband's dress shirts. Personally, I think he should start wearing all black. Thanks Rita!

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Miraklegirl May 05, 2004
Removing Perspiration Stains