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What deoderant wont stain my shirts?

Asked by JesusWasAJewbot (1500points) February 27th, 2013

I have been using Old Spice (different variants) for years now, I started noticing that the blue sticks are staining the armpit areas of my white shirts blue and the clear (yellow) sticks are leaving yellow stains.

What deodorants can I try out that wont leave these marks?

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Seek's avatar

I use Mitchum gel, and so does my hubby. No problems with staining, and it works. Oh, and you generally don’t smell like a cheap cologne factory.

Silence04's avatar

Are these also anti-persperants? Zinc is used in anti-persperants to block sweat glands, and it can also get into fibers if clothing. Since it’s a metal, it will oxidize (rust) overtime and introducing it to water will speed up the process.

gailcalled's avatar

A paste of baking soda and water works as a deodorant (note spelling ) but not an antiperspirant (note spelling). Any residue on a white shirt would be invisible and would help with the laundry detergent.

SpatzieLover's avatar

A lime. No joke. There also sticks made of lime & coconut oil that are almost as effective as the lime on it’s own.

silky1's avatar

Mitchum is grate but most brands will state if they are satin free right on the label.

gailcalled's avatar

^^; great, stain

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