Removing Deodorant Stains:

When you’ve finally decided on your outfit for the day and suddenly spot a few annoying white deodorant marks on your favourite top, it’s enough to ruin your morning. However, with a little help from Vanish, you can learn how to remove deodorant stains with ease (without it ruining your entire day…or your shirt!).

If you’ve got enough time, it’s best to pre-treat the affected garment using Vanish Laundry Boosters. It’ll lift stains, keep colours bright and remove odours in just one wash. After this, wash the item with your regular detergent and an extra dose of Vanish so you can make the most of its deep hygiene action*, which gives your clothes a thorough clean every time you use it in-wash.

Read on for more detailed instructions to get the best results when removing deodorant stains from your garments.

*removes stains for a hygiene boost.

How to remove deodorant stains from cotton clothing

White marks on your clothes are often caused by the ingredients in your deodorant. These white, chalky stains can be a real problem with your coloured cotton t-shirts, but don’t panic! We have some steps to follow to restore your wardrobe favourites with Vanish Laundry Boosters:

How to remove deodorant stains from cotton clothing


Vanish Laundry Booster Pletfjerner Gel

Vanish Laundry Booster Pletfjerner Gel


  1. Pour 2ml of Vanish gel directly onto the stain and gently rub.
  2. Leave the product in contact with the stain for 10 mins max
  3. After pre-treatment, wash as usual or rinse thoroughly.
  4. Important: Before using Vanish, you should always follow the usage instructions on the packaging and follow its care advice.

General advice

  • Please refer to the packaging for specific product usage and advice.
  • KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS. Store the product only in the original container and always fasten the lid.
  • Do not expose product to direct sunlight.
  • Before use check for colour fastness by testing a hidden area of the fabric, rug or carpet.
  • For best results it may be necessary to repeat parts of the process.