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November 5, 2020

Pit Stains Are The Pits: Top Ways To Prevent And Remove Armpit Stains

Top Ways To Prevent And Remove Armpit Stains By Barbies Beauty Bits

Pit stains stink literally.  Bad enough trying to find a deodorant that actually works, but add that to pit stains too; this can become really frustrating, so what can you do to prevent and remove armpit stains?

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As with anything in life, if you can figure out the why, you can usually find a quick solution (anything that can make life less stressful). So here we go, one stinky culprit to pit stains on a shirt is your deodorant!!! What?  Yes, an ugly pit stain happens from the aluminum in your deodorant. These compounds cling to your shirt. Add the mixture of sweat to that, and yellowing can occur.

Now you can try an aluminum-free deodorant, and I've tried plenty, but unfortunately, even after the detox time, they do not always work. So which is worse? The risk of staining your shirt or embarrassing sweat stains from a deodorant that did not work?

The bottom line, even the cleanest of people, can develop armpit stains in their shirts, so when regular washing does not work, why not try some of these tricks from grandma and some new advanced options.


How To Prevent Armpit Stains By Barbies Beauty Bits

Safeguards To Help Prevent Pit Stains
  • Allow your deodorant to dry before putting on your shirt completely. But not with a hair dryer!!!
  • Don’t overdo it. It is essential to pay attention to how you apply it. Applying too much deodorant will just sit on the surface of your skin and eventually rub off on to your clothing.  
  • Dress The Part. Certain materials do not breathe, like silk. Your best option is cotton.
  • Keep yourself properly groomed. Hair acts as a protector, including your armpits, but it traps excess moisture, so shave those pesky hairs! This goes for men too!
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  • Embrace A Little Botox. Not many people know about Botox many uses other than erasing away wrinkles. People hear “Botox” and think of younger-looking skin, but it does so much more than that. Using Botox under your arms will block the nerve signals responsible for sweating, stopping the sweat glands from producing too much sweat.
  • Speak To The Doctor. If you go to the doctor and tell them the issues you’re dealing with, you can get a prescription for strong antiperspirants that are clinical strength. These will help you to dry out your underarms, and you can use it before you get dressed.
  • Think About Sweat Pads. Avoiding pit stains on tailored clothing is more challenging, but with sweat guards or pads, you can make sure that you don't have any blooming stains under your arms.
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DIY Tricks To Eliminate Armpit Stains... Pantry To Pretty

  1. Meat Tenderizer: WHAT?? I know, but my dad did this. Meat tenderizer is made from enzymes in pineapple and papayas. The same way they break down meat, they can do the same for armpit stains.  
  2. Lemons: When Life Gives You Lemons; Citrus foods contain high acidity levels, which is excellent for attacking odor and breaking down a stain.
  3. Vinegar: I use vinegar for cleaning everything, and my clothes are no different
  4. Baking Soda
  5. Crushed Up Aspirin
  6. Hydrogen Peroxide And Soap

So there you have some "Top Ways T Prevent And Remove Armpit Stains." Do you have any tricks? If so, leave us a comment below.

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27 comments

  1. I'll keep this in mind for sure. I hate when I get pit stains. I'm in Texas, so I sweat a lot since it's warm here.

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  2. I Totally need this post, pit stains really are the worst and I do struggle with them so any tips are always welcomed.

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  3. It great to find out that there is a medical solution to prevent sweating. Thanks for the tips to remove armpit stains.

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  4. OMG pit stains! I haven't gotten pit stains in forever!! I think it has something to do with the deodorant used!

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  5. Love these ideas. I’m a big sweater. The only problem I have is white shirts will yellow under the armpit

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  6. Thanks for these tips! My husband sweats a lot! These will come in handy.

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  7. I love the meat tenderizer idea. Sounds so realistic and easy to do

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  8. My husband is ultra sweaty so I'll have to pass this along. Pit stains really are the pits!

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  9. Countless white t-shirts were thrown away and nothing helps. Thank you for the good article

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  10. I haven't heard of some of these tips before. I will definitely be trying them!

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  11. This is great! I'm going to try these tricks on my husband's undershirts.

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  12. There are some good tips here that will help a lot of people. There are options that will help most people.

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  13. These are some great tips. I haven't heard of all of these yet either. It's nice to know more ways to help with pit stains though. They can be really annoying to have.

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  14. These are good tips to keep in mind. I have been using a coconut oil baed deodorant, which seems to be better than others that I have used. Surprisingly, it doesn't leave behind oil on my clothing.

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  15. Mama Maggie's KitchenNovember 7, 2020 at 6:41 PM

    These are really wonderful tips. I'm sure many will benefit from this since pit stain is really a problem.

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  16. I've always used lemons! The meat tenderizer seem ..hhmmm... :D Thanks for the tips!

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  17. I'm someone who doesn't always wear vests or undershirts and that messes up my shirts... I needed this article. Cheers!

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  18. I had one idea there was a way to get out the stains! So flad I found this!

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  19. Ever since I read that aluminum deodorants are why my shirts armpits get ruined, I tried non aluminum deodorant. So far, Dove 0% has worked well for me.

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  20. Ugh that's literally the worst thing ever, my shirts always get stained after a while which is really annoying. Thanks for the tips!

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  21. I might have to switch to an aluminum-free deodorant. I have tried everything even the panty liners on the arm hole seams.

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  22. I need this list! Lol thanks for sharing!

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  23. oh it is horrible. I remember my mom used to add special pads to her clothes to avoid it. I don't thankfully have much issues with it, nothing my deodorant can't fix

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  24. I'm super guilty of this! OMG!! hahah thank god I was able to come across this blog. Got some pretty good tips out of this!

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  25. I'm super guilty of this! OMG!! hahah thank god I was able to come across this blog. Got some pretty good tips out of this!

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  26. Arm pit stains can be really irritating and embarrassing, these are some really ingenuous tips.

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  27. Wow some very good tips and soo useful! Thanks for sharing. Will definitely use these!

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