3 Twisted Natural Solutions To Remove Yellowish Stains From Shirt Collars

--- advertisements ---

Wearing shirts it’s a must, especially if your job requires a dress code. Even when the temperature is rising in thermometers! And sweating is the main cause of staining your shirt collars, turning yellowish. The problem is that yellowish stains are very hard to remove if you wash your shirt like usual, because sweat is impregnated in the fabric. And is actually forbidden to use bleach to whiten it!

Searching all over the internet and in my “grandma’s memory” I was told that shirt collars can be easily washed out of yellow sweat stains if you hand wash it separately, and then putting them in the washing machine.

You need:

– an old toothbrush with soft bristles

Cleaning shirt collars with shampoo
Yes, shampoo. Let the shirt to soak in warm water for half an hour, and then put a few drops of shampoo on the collar, and rub gently with the toothbrush. You’ll see how sweat stains disappeared. Then you can wash the shirt in the washing machine.

Cleaning shirt collars with dish detergent and lemon
Soften the shirt collars with freshly squeezed lemon juice and wait for 15 minutes to act. Then rinse the collars with warm water and put a few drops of dish detergent with a strong degreasing level. Rub softly with a soft toothbrush to remove the yellow seat stains.

Cleaning shirt collars with baking soda
Soak well the stained collar in warm water and put a consistent layer of baking soda. Wait for half an hour so that baking soda to take effect. Then wash your shirt in the washing machine using a delicate detergent. In the end, you will see that there will be no yellow stripes on the shirt collar.

Image Credits: Armsmcgregor

--- advertisements ---
© Copyright 2017, All Rights Reserved