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I’m a beautician – my simple tip for getting rid of deodorant stains on clothes costs under $1 and can be reused

How many times have you rushed to change your shirt after noticing white deodorant stains on your fabric?

Well, a beautician has revealed the tool she uses to remove unsightly stains – and you probably have it in your makeup bag.

Sleeveless shirts can get deodorant stains

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Sleeveless shirts can get deodorant stainsCredit: TikTok / kethenydutka
Using a dry makeup sponge, Ketheny blots stains from fabric

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Using a dry makeup sponge, Ketheny blots stains from fabricCredit: TikTok / kethenydutka

At the start of her video demo, TikTok user Ketheny Dutka showed off a patch of deodorant under the arm of her black sleeveless top.

Instead of changing heads, she used a dry makeup sponge to soak up the deodorant, leaving a clean shirt.

“This is life-changing,” Ketheny said in caption.

PROCESS

This technique is similar to how you would use a sponge to mix makeup.

Starting from where the stain is heaviest, you should blot and swipe the sponge over that area.

The contours of the sponge make it easy to lift deodorant away from creases and seams.

Plus, the sponge is used dry so it doesn’t leave an awkward wet stain.

Keep a spare sponge in your wallet, so if you notice a stain after leaving the house, you can deal with it right away.

And there’s also no need to use a premium blended sponge to remove stains.

You can buy multiple packs of sponges for less than $10 online, meaning these handy clothes cleaning tools cost less than a dollar each for dozens of uses.

Also, if you’re trying to get rid of a blood stain instead of a deodorant, take out a first aid kit and put This cleaning tip work.

Although makeup sponges are not enough to remove stains from mattresses, these three household products perfect for the job.

Use the sponge to thoroughly clean the stained fabric

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Use the sponge to thoroughly clean the stained fabricCredit: TikTok / kethenydutka
If you don't already own a makeup sponge, they're usually under $1

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If you don’t already own a makeup sponge, they’re usually under $1Credit: Getty

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