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Jul 8, 2014

What causes Deodorant stains on clothes?

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    Jul 8, 2014

    Those stains are mineral deposits of Aluminium chlorohydrate + minerals from perspiration. You can get rid of them with RAISE armpit stain remover. RAISE bonds to the deposits turning them into salts so that your washer can wash them away. It works on very old, heat treated stains. It also works on colored clothing.

    PS Don't use bleach on these stains, bleach reacts with the proteins in the stains and makes them permanent.

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    Jul 8, 2014

    Aluminium salts (aluminium chloride, aluminium chlorohydrate and/or aluminium-zirconium) in the Deodorant makes it effective. These ingredients are added to deodorants to diminish the production by the cells of perspiration. Body sweat mixed with these ingredients of the deodorant causes the deodorant stains on our shirt because our clothes soak up these ingredients and after drying it leave stains on the clothes.

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    Jul 8, 2014

    Aluminium salts in the deodrant makes it effective.

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