This week I am finally taking some time for myself. I am officially on holidays and loving every single minute of it. The weather has been pretty good this week, however our trip to Toronto on Tuesday was a bit of a bust. It rained so hard we spent most of the day in our car and running from one shopping mall to another. Not my idea of a fun day. I would have loved to spend some more time outside.
Well the rest of week has turned out pretty nice. In fact it has become quite hot and steamy. It is finally time to pull out the rest of my summer clothes and get out into the sun. As I looked through my clothes hanging in the spare room closet, I pulled out one of my favourite, most comfortable summer shirts. I laid it on the ironing board and plugged in the iron. As I looked at the shirt that I just bought last summer, I was disappointed to notice that the edges around the collar and under the arms were looking a little dingie and discoloured. I always launder my clothes after wearing them and would have never put something away for the season without cleaning it first.
It just so happens that earlier in the month I found out about a product called RAISE Armpit Stain Remover and had requested a sample to try out on my husband’s shirts. I picked out another shirt to wear and kept this one aside until my samples arrived.
My Raise Armpit Stain Remover has arrived and I can’t wait to try it out. I wonder, will I be able to save one of my favourite white summer shirts? ”I sure hope so”. Since I really didn’t know too much about this product I would have to do a little more research and find out how to actually use it. The directions were clearly printed on the back of the bottle.
Directions: Wear household rubber gloves DO NOT USE on metal,glass, marble or glazed tile. Before cleaning test on small hidden surface of garment for colorfastness.
1. Lay garment on cloth, towel or rag
2. Apply to effected area, rub together(on tough stains use a small brush)
3. Let garment sit 15-20 minutes
4. Launder according to garments specifications
That is it. Now lets test it out and see if it works.
I don’t know if you can really tell from the picture, but my shirt has become yellow and dingy under the arm area.
Here is the before picture
Here is the after picture
Before I tried Raise Underarm Stain Remover my shirt was slightly discoloured under the arms and a little bit around the neck which I am sure was due to perspiration. As you can see there is nothing at all visible after using the Raise Underarm Stain Remover. The shirt is completely stain free and fresh looking. Although you can notice I still haven’t taken the time to iron it yet. I was impressed. It worked and now I can enjoy wearing one of my favourite summer shirts again. No embarrassing dinginess to worry about.
Now to try it on my hubby’s t-shirt. I picked out one of his regular white shirts that he always wears under other shirts. A plain white t-shirt that has terrible ring around the collar stains. This shirt has been laundered many, many times and it might be beyond saving. I tried the Raise Underarm Stain Remover once again and here are the results.
Before picture (yuck!)
And the after picture…………………..
Sorry the exposure of the second picture is a little different but you can still see there was an improvement. The ring around the collar stain is not gone but it is lighter. I think because this shirt has been laundered so many times and bleached that the stains are really set in and probably will never completely come out. If I had known about Raise Armpit Stain Remover sooner I probably could have saved this one.
While having a look around the www.armpitstainremover.com website I noticed a very important bit of information. Apparently you should never use bleach to try to remove ring around the collar or under arm perspiration stains. Bleach can react with the proteins in the stain and actually make it darker and permanent. Wow, I had no idea. I have always used bleach on my husbands shirts to try to brighten and remove the sweat stains. I guess that was a big no-no.
RAISE Armpit Stain Remover recently received a patent on their formula. Their unique pre-treatment recipe is designed to create a reaction that will dissolve and lift sweat stains out of your clothing. It releases it allowing it to washed away in the laundry. It is guaranteed to work on both armpit sweat stains and ring around the collar. They are so confident in RAISE Armpit Stain Remover; that if it doesn’t work they will refund the full purchase price of the product (minus the shipping). Amazing!
You can purchase a 12 oz. bottle of RAISE Armpit Stain Remover for just $12.50 + shipping or buy 2 x 12 oz. bottles for the reduced price of $20.00.
I think the price is well worth it. The alternative is throwing out your shirt and purchasing another one. Using RAISE Armpit Stain Remover is definitely the more economical choice.
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Raise Armpit Stain Remover will help you remove those ugly nasty yellow pit stains and breathe new life into your old clothing. Remember results may vary. If you have bleached or used other pre-treatments, the stain might be perminatly locked into the fabric. I believe that all future stains won’t have a chance now that I am armed with Raise Armpit Stain Remover.
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