Saturday, April 23, 2016

Armpit Stain Remover



I want to make this clear that this will not remove build up deodorant stains this is made for perspirations stains only. You can do an internet search for how to remove deodorant stains if that is what you are looking for. If you have white or colored shirts with perspiration stains then this is the product for you.

Easy to use out of the bottle or by just attaching a spray nozzle from one of your other cleaners (make sure to rinse nozzle before adding to Raise).

I am always fighting perspiration stains and deodorant stains on my husbands shirts. I have found this works best with white shirts while I use the searched recipe for the deodorant stained clothes. So far my husband is loving his clean white pits, which means I save money not replacing the shirts as often.

You can find this armpit stain remover on Amazon.


What Raise has to say about their product.

RAISE is the first stain remover made to treat and to eliminate discolored sweat stains in clothing. Our product works on all types of perspiration stains including ring around the collar, underarm stains and overall gray dinginess. RAISE is best used by pre treating the entire stain, rubbing together (or using a small brush) and letting it sit for 15-20 minutes before laundering. Or if you wanted to brighten your whites add 1/4 cup of RAISE to your laundry (1st fill your washer with water then add). Little secret, if you have treated your sweat stains with bleach you have made them permanent. Test RAISE on stains that have not been treated with bleach.

**RAISE can be used on colored clothing however you must spot test for colorfastness.

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