How to Remove Sweat StainsIt can be embarrassing to walk around with sweat stains beneath your arms or behind your neck. It makes some people so self-conscious as to affect their activities and daily life. Sweat stains shouldn’t be a problem, so learn how to remove them with our easy cleaning guide.


Use aspirin to remove pesky sweat stains from your favorite shirt. Crush a couple of pills and mix with 1/2 cup of warm water. Soak the stain in the aspirin solution and wait 2 hours before laundering as usual.


Salt also works well for this chore. Dissolve a couple tablespoons of salt in about 4 cups of hot water. Rub the stain in the salty water until it has lifted.


Pour vinegar directly on the sweat stain and rub it in with a toothbrush. Then launder as usual and repeat if needed.


Soak the sweat-stained garment in cold water to loosen the stain before trying to remove it. After the stain has soaked for about 30 minutes, blot it with an ammonia solution. Make this solution with 1 part water and 1 part ammonia cleaner and blot the stain with a cloth or sponge.

Sweat Stains are a Thing of the Past!

These are great ways to remove sweat stains from any garment, but time is your best weapon against any kind of stain. As soon as you notice a sweat stain, you should try to get it out. Use our methods and never fear your underarms again.