Deo-Go 85ml Bottle Stain Remover For Underarm Stains and Yellow Bacterial Collar Stains
- Removes Yellow & Discolored Armpit and Collar Stains On Clothing
- 85ml (2.9oz.) Bottle
- 1 Bottle Treats Approximately 4-5 Shirts
- Deodorant Build-up Can Be Also Removed
- Give Garments A New Lease On Life, Save on Dry Cleaning Expenses
- Almond Scented
Deo-Go underarm stain remover has been specifically formulated to remove deodorant and antiperspirant stains and deodorant build-up. Deo-Go is a gel liquid which is applied directly and worked into the stained area of clothing. This is left to work for a short period before being washed, as per the garment’s normal washing instructions. Deo-Go’s active ingredients target the antiperspirant or deodorant residue build-up, dissolving and completely removing the stain, restoring the garment’s original appearance!
Although a garment may appear to be bleached, faded or stained beyond the point of revival, this is not necessarily the case. Deo-Go can save it! Deo-Go has been tested extensively on different garments and fabrics, many with extreme staining, and has always been successful in restoring them to their original condition. Never throw another stained shirt away use Deo-Go and prepare to be amazed by the results. Give your undershirts, shirts, and blouses a new lease on life. (Almond scented.)
The most common type of underarm garment stains are those caused by antiperspirants and deodorants. During the wearing of a garment, sweat combined with the antiperspirant or deodorant can be transferred and deposited on the armpit areas. These deposits are not readily removed by a normal washing cycle and over time build up, leading to the formation of stiff, uncomfortable patches of clear or white residue deposits which can be chalky or greasy to the touch, as well as a visible stain.
Deposits on darker or deep colored garments tend to manifest themselves as a visible white stain resulting in a bleached or faded appearance of the armpit area. On white or light colored garments, the appearance of these deposits can be more pronounced, often becoming discolored to an unsightly yellow or brown. This is more prevalent on affected garments that have been exposed to heat such as in the washer and dryer and in particular ironing.
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