It isn't easy to remove sweat stains from clothes. When you use bleach, you run the risk of damaging the fabric. I also didn't know that bleach makes pit stains permanent!
I have tried several armpit stain removers and none have worked well enough for me to recommend.
Raise recently sent me their armpit stain remover product to review. This product removes yellow armpit stains and even ring around the collar. Raise armpit stain remover
is a sweat stain removal pre-treatment.
Check out the before and after photos on a shirt that was treated by Raise.
This product works by causing a reaction during treatment that releases the stain.
After you wash your clothes, the stain should be gone.
Raise was featured on The Doctors TV show. They will also be featured in the June issue of SHAPE magazine!
I wasn't able to fully test the Raise armpit stain remover product because it was damaged during shipment. It was a shame because the little amount I had remaining in the bottle actually wiped out one armpit stain. I tried it on a shirt that I had in my closet for years. On the plus side, at least one stain was gone! This product worked quickly and efficiently, and best of all, it's a budget-friendly, high-quality product.
To use this product properly, don't use this on any clothing that has already been treated with bleach. I didn't know that bleach made sweat stains permanent!
Raise is kindly offering one bottle of armpit stain remover product to a lucky reader.
Giveaway will run from May 18 (9PM PDT) - May 28 (9PM PDT). Open to U.S. residents 18 and older.
1. Leave a comment (with email) about the worst sweat stain or shirt you have! That's it!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Would love to try this! my husband has this one shirt that he loves, but is stained and needs something that can work. thanks for the giveaway :)ReplyDelete
lindaterns at gmail com
Oh, how I would love to try this product. Both my darling husband and I have issues with dropping food on our best clothes. It always seems to be the last bite. We eat a lot of tomato based foods and most times leave some on our clothes. Thanks so much for the opportunity to put my name in the hat. I have several shirts with unknown culprit stains on them which I would love to try this on.ReplyDelete
I have a shirt that I spilled spaghetti sauce on that refuses to wash out. My husband also has a shirt with yellow sweat stains under the arms that won't wash out.ReplyDelete
The worst stain I deal with is grass stains my husband gets from his job. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
My husband went to the desert with his friends and somehow his backpack got left at the last gas station they stopped at. He spent 4 days in the same out fit in 113 degree weather. He smelled so bad and his clothes I felt were un-savable!!!ReplyDelete
Grease is my worse stain always on the front of my shirt ( i call the shelf ) love my pasta with butter or king crab legs yep with dripping butter so most of my tops get these stains.ReplyDelete
My husband has some pretty ugly looking tee shirts from sweat and deoderant stains... other terrible stains are dirt stains he gets on his cycling clothes - road grime is soooo hard to get out!ReplyDelete
This would be great to use on me and my boyfriend's scrubs. We always have tough stains! email@example.comReplyDelete
My husband has several shirts that has sweat stains on it and one of my favorite shirts has sweat stains as well and I can't get them out so I would love to win this firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
ANY white shirt or tank I have has yellow stains. And to top that off, the smell of the underarm never really gets out. It's stuck. It doesn't matter what deodorant I use, nothing helps.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your generosity!
My husbands undershirt is nasty how do they get so hard? Gross!ReplyDelete
One of my favorite shirts is white, with 3 giraffes printed on it. I love it, but don't wear it without a cardigan. I would love to be able to get the sweat stains out so I can wear it alone again!ReplyDelete
I would love to try what husband does not sweat! Maybe he will be able to lift his arm in public again. lolReplyDelete
all of my husbands work shirts. Gale email@example.comReplyDelete
All my husband t-shirts have sweat stains and I have tried repeatedly to get them out.ReplyDelete
Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com
my son sweats so bad and all his shirts have underarm stains, he wears deodorant but it doesn t helpReplyDelete