Deo-Go is a revolutionary new stain remover. It has been specifically formulated to remove hardened, built up stains which appear on the armpits of clothing, restoring your clothes to their original appearance.
There is no other product available which can make these claims, or tackle this type of stain, making Deo-Go totally unique!
These armpit stains are often mistaken for wear and tear or permanent build ups of grime, and independent surveys have shown that many people throw clothing away, without really understanding the problem. The problem isn’t you; it’s the deodorant and antiperspirants that you use daily! The residue from these builds up on clothing over time, and gives the appearance of discoloured areas and stiff patches.
Deo-Go will remove these stains and hardened patches, restoring your clothing to its original appearance. We can save you time and money!
Deo-Go has been tested extensively on different garments and fabrics, many with extreme staining, and has always been successful in restoring them to their original condition. Never throw another stained shirt away…use Deo-Go and prepare to be amazed by the results!
How does it work?
Deo-Go’s active ingredients target the antiperspirant or deodorant residue build-up, dissolving and completely removing the stains and stiff patches, restoring the garment’s original appearance!
Deo-Go is sprayed on to the stained area of the armpit and left to dissolve the residue for between 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the severity of the stain. A little scrub during this time with a short bristled brush will speed up the process. Then simply wash, as per the garment’s normal washing instructions.
Spray, scrub and wash. That’s it!
What does it tackle?
Simply put, armpit stains in clothing. This is a big issue that people don’t talk about. Have you ever looked at a shirt or tee-shirt and seen either white or yellow stains on the pits? Have your shirts ever felt stiff and uncomfortable to wear around the armpit areas?
This is due to the deodorants and antiperspirants that you use every day. The residues from these, combined with sweat are transferred on to whatever you are wearing. Over time, these residues build up and cause your clothing to look discoloured and permanently stained.
What Causes Armpit Stains
The main offending chemicals are either aluminium chlorohydrate, or aluminium zirconium tetrachlorohydrate gly. These are the most common active ingredients used in most of the antiperspirants and some of the deodorants on the market today. In simple terms, these chemicals block the sweat glands, preventing perspiration. However, if perspiration occurs after application of a product containing either of these chemicals, then the sweat combined with the chemical residue can be absorbed by the fabric in the armpit area of the clothing, leaving deposits.
Over time, these deposits can build up, forming stiff or waxy patches and staining clothing. On light coloured clothes, the stains tend to be yellow or brown in colour, and on dark clothing, the stains tend to have a faded or bleached appearance.
These stains won’t come out in a normal wash cycle, and boiling, heat exposure and bleaching actually makes them worse! Although your clothing may appear to be bleached, faded or stained beyond the point of revival, this is not the case.
There are many household cleaning agents and some slightly more unorthodox methods. Extensive testing has shown us that none of the suggestions are even close to effective.
How do I use it?
Check first: Deo-Go can be used on any colour garment, but it's always best to test a small area for colour-fastness.
Always perform a compatibility test on an inconspicuous area of the garment by applying a small penny sized spot of Deo-Go. Wait a minute, then rinse the area and inspect for any signs of discoloration.
Spray ’n scrub: Spray a liberal amount directly onto the stains, ensuring both sides of the fabric are wet. Work in with a bristle brush, and leave for 20 minutes.
As a guide, use around 10 sprays on each armpit area, to ensure good coverage and saturation.
When scrubbing, pay particular attention to the inside seams and any areas of heavy staining.
If the fabric begins to dry before the end of the soak period, spray a little more Deo-Go on to the stain to keep it active.
Machine it: Wash the garment (separately from other items) according to its normal washing instructions.
Do not wash your treated item with any clothing that has not been previously spot tested for colour fastness.
Inspect the previously stained area (it may help to hold your clothing up in front of a bright light or window) and prepare to be amazed!
If any stain remains, repeat the treatment while the clothing is still wet if possible.
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