Skip to main content
Free NZ shipping on orders over $75

Will the deodorant stain my clothes?

No - not if you only use 2-3 swipes of deodorant in each armpit. Skin can only absorb so much product before it gets to a saturation point, therefore we recommend that you use 2-3 swipes of deodorant in each armpit. Anymore than that your skin can't absorb it so it sets on top of the skin and then it can end up on your clothes. 

If you do over apply, wipe off any excess or if some residue gets on your clothes use a dry cloth to remove it. 

The dry rub method only works on fresh deodorant stains. For an older stain we recommend using white vinegar to remove it.

How to: Combine four cups of warm water with one cup of white vinegar. Dip the stained area in the solution and scrub it with an old toothbrush to loosen the stain or use your hands. For something more set in, leave to soak in the vinegar mixture for an hour before scrubbing as above. Afterward, wash the item as directed on the label. This method works for both white and colourful clothing.

Your Cart

Your cart is currently empty.
Click here to continue shopping.