We are really sorry you had this experience. To prevent staining, it is important that the antiperspirant is applied first, before putting on clothes, and that you don’t apply too much product. It must be completely dry before dressing.
- Aerosol: 2 seconds spray in each underarm
- Roll-On and stick: 3 passes of the roll on or stick per underarm
Here are some tips for removing any stubborn underarm stains from most types of fabric:
Gently rub the fabric in cold soapy water. Alternatively soak the item in a biological washing powder overnight, which helps dissolve the deposit, and gently wash the item.
Gently rub a damp cloth and laundry detergent on the stained area, on both sides of the garment, then rinse with water and let dry. Repeat these steps if the stain persists.
You can also try the following:
Baking Soda: Mix some baking soda with a small amount of water to form a paste. Apply the stain with a brush and follow the directions above. To ensure that the colour of the garment will not be damaged, test first on a small area.
Vinegar: Soak the affected area of the garment in white vinegar for an hour, then scrub with a brush. Wash the garment as usual (e.g. washing machine with detergents commonly used) to remove the smell of vinegar. To ensure that the colour of the garment will not be damaged, test first on a small area.