If you’ve ever ironed a shirt or skirt and left a scorch mark, or looked at the sleeves of your favorite sweater and found deodorant marks, no worries: It can be saved. White vinegar is a very mild acid that can help neutralize and remove markings without damaging the fibers of the clothing. Just spray full-strength white vinegar on the stain and gently rub with a clean cloth. You’ll see the stain lift up and transfer to the cloth, leaving you with a garment that is almost as good as new.
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