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How To Get Rid Of Deodorant Stains — Nivea MEN Black & White Invisible Fresh

Hi There….. Are you a fan of antiperspirant deodorant? Do you hate deodorant stains?

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I genuinely hate deodorant stains, but sadly, this post is not about me this time. You may wonder why not? Because this blog post is about antiperspirant deodorant spray for men. 😉

Hey, please don’t go just yet. There is absolutely no reason to stop reading because you’re a woman. 😨

Ah yes, perhaps I can give you a few reasons to keep on reading. Just like me, you could have your man try out this new deodorant spray. 😁

Another reason could be you just enjoy the scent more. Correct me if I’m wrong, but there is no law against women using products for men. 😦

We have so many laws already, don’t we? Isn’t it the best feeling ever to know you can still do this without being persecuted? 😃

Oh my, should I even publish this? What if I’m wrong, and there is such a law? Did I incite you to a crime? I don’t think I could be happy spending my life behind bars. 😱

Forget about it and let me tell you what made me happy. Reviewclub picked me to test the NIVEA MEN Black & White Invisible Fresh Anti-Transpirant Spray in exchange for my honest opinion. 😍

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I found some particularly interesting information on https://www.nivea.co.uk/ I wanted to share with you first.

WHY DO WE GET SWEAT STAINS & DEODORANT STAINS?

The science behind them is unglamorous. Their appearance is partly because of the chemicals that are used in antiperspirants: chemicals that are, amusingly enough, there to prevent you from sweating so much.

When your sweat reacts with the bacteria on your skin, it forms sweat stains on your clothing, and certain chemicals, like the aluminum in the deodorant that you are wearing.

If you were to view sweat on its own, you would find that it is not yellow-colored, but because of these reactions, it turns yellow.

HOW TO REMOVE SWEAT STAINS

If you want to know more about how to get those nasty sweat stains out of your clothes, the good news is that there’s no shortage of tried-and-tested methods.

So let’s find out how to get rid of them and ensure that you look your best when out and about. Remember, however, that removing perspiration marks often leads to more than a little perspiration!

White vinegar

First, soak the stained part of your clothing item in white vinegar for an hour. Then scrub with a clean toothbrush, flannel, or brush.

Try to be meticulous without being too aggressive with the clothing. Once you finish, put it in the washing machine.

Baking soda & hydrogen peroxide

Take three parts baking soda and one part water. Form a thick paste and then rub this mixture into the sweat stain with a clean toothbrush.

If the clothing is white, you can add hydrogen peroxide to make it look extra radiant.

Lemons

Mix an equal part of lemon juice with water and scrub the stain.

Once you have finished doing this, leave the piece of clothing in direct sunlight. This will allow the lemon’s natural bleaching properties to take effect.

Salt

Salt is a mild abrasive you can use to scrub out the stain.

You’ll need to rub vigorously, however, as salt does not have a natural bleaching effect.

Now that you know how to get rid of those stains, let me tell you about this new deodorant spray from Nivea.

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NIVEA MEN Black & White Invisible Fresh Anti-Transpirant Spray

It protects your clothes from white marks and yellow staining. This unique formula offers transparent protection that doesn’t leave any traces — black tops stay black and white shirts stay white.

The fresh scent will leave your skin feeling clean and fresh while offering 48-hour protection against sweat and body odor. We especially developed this formula to offer you a fresh feeling whilst offering 48-hour antiperspirant protection. The deodorant is skin tolerance dermatologically approved, 0% ethyl alcohol.

White mark protection for black clothes.

Anti-yellow staining for white clothes, keeping them white for longer.

Clean skin feeling

Long-lasting freshness

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My opinion on the NIVEA MEN Black & White Invisible Fresh Anti-Transpirant Spray

My husband’s favorite color is black, so he has lots of black T-shirts, sweaters, and shirts. He also likes to stay fresh throughout the day, so you might think this deodorant spray would be perfect for him.

I’d have to say it comes pretty close to being perfect. It seems to last much longer than other comparative antiperspirants. The lockable cap is an outstanding characteristic they should include in all deodorants. This ensures the spray won’t go off accidentally if it falls to the floor.

What I think is most important is the deodorant prevents and protects against marks and stains on clothing as they say. The only negative for my hubby was the scent. This one from Nivea is his favorite.

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Not that he dislikes the scent, but he just likes the fresh kick more, so he decided it might be a great idea to get them both in the future. He wants to keep on using his favorite one and plans to use this new one for when he wears black or white. At least until they combine the both.

Hope you like my blog…..Until next time…..Have a nice day

Renata (Seadbeady)

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Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger and huge lover of everything handmade — follow my blog on https://seadbeady.blogspot.com/