There are many homemade tricks to remove sweat stains from colored clothing without the need for detergents or other harsh chemicals. And we cannot deny that they are quite efficient, but they contain chemicals that can be very harmful to our skin.
In fact, the inputs of some detergents can cause quite annoying allergic skin reactions. And not only to the skin, its use has also been associated with respiratory problems such as asthma. Find out how to remove sweat stains from your colored clothes with this viral TikTok hack.
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How to remove sweat stains from colored clothing
The latest trick that is sweeping TikTok comes from the hand of Gastón, the tiktoker behind the account of decasa.style, which has unveiled the definitive method to remove sweat stains from colored clothing once and for all.
“Do not be ashamed to raise your arm, do you believe me if I tell you that you can recover that shirt with scabs in the armpits that you gave up for lost?“, he says tiktoker at the beginning of your clip.
- First you should put water and lather with white soap. “Add the star ingredient, salt, you should put a lot of salt. Mix well so that the garment is impregnated with everything ”, says Gastón.
- “In the armpit area you should put baking soda, water oxygenated in 40 volumes and brush to form a paste that penetrates the fiber “.
- Finally, the clothes must remain in water but not completely covered. “Cover it with a bag and let it sit for 4-6 hours. Pass the brush again and be surprised with the result “.
Viral video and comments
It is not the first time that a tiktoker, teaches a homemade trick. Recently a user shared a trick to fasten a bracelet with one hand. While another netizen made another homemade remedy viral to keep spiders and insects away from our home.
The video has more than 2.3 million views, and 285 thousand ‘likes’. Generally in his videos he discovers home remedies that help people in their day to day, such as removing yellow stains on clothes, rust marks on the walls, among many other home tips.