How to remove deodorant/sweat stains from shirts?

I have always had a problem with under arm sweating, why I dunno but it's really annoying. Recently I have started to use a product called "Drysol", you apply it at night, remove it the next morning and your sweating problems are over, usually only have to do this once a week to maintaine the problem from happening. OK, that part I have down solid.
I have a emerald green sleevless shirt I just bought a few weeks ago and wore it last week for the first time (before using Drysol) and I have pit/deodorant stains where the shirt lies under the arm pit. I washed the shirt but it didn't come out, it faded a bit but didn't totally come out.
PLEASE, does anyone here know how to get this crap out? It's really frustrating and I don't want to trash the shirt, it's a hot shirt:)
Thanks.
P.S. I'm a guy and I have tried EVERY deodorant on the market, they all stain (especially if you sweat)! If anyone can recommend one that maybe I have not tried, I'm all ears:)
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googled and found this www.cce.cornell.edu/yates/8020.htm
hope it helps
chris :-)
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Hi,
Try a weak solution of ammonia (say 20% household ammonia with 80% water) leave on the stain for a while then clean normally.
You can take a look at the stain section on www.DrClean.co.uk where there are more instructions from the stain picker on the first page of the stain section.
Hope this helps
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responding to http://www.homeownershub.com/cleaning/How-to-remove-deodorant-sweat-stains-from-shirts-2980-.htm underarm wrote:
Justin Culpeper wrote:
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That's why I don't use commercial deodorants. I have a terribly bad funky armpit odour, like cockroach smell, so I need deodorant. however not just any deodorant, because I don't want it to clog up my skin or give me bad smell afterwards. So I tried to stay away from store deodorants as much as possible, and I only use deodorant not antisperspirant. I've been using UARMSOL deodorant powder for many years now and I have no more armpit odours. The deodorant pwd works even when you stop using it for a day or 2 because it doesn't leave you smelling bad afterwards unlike other deodorants out there. Even when I sweat I don't have any odours, this deodorant works great and I'm loving it. I can't go out in the day without putting it on. I applied 1 pinch and it's all to it for the whole day without worries about any smell afterwards. There's no after sport smell or odour masking. I would recommend it to anyone who has underarm odour.
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