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Clothing Care

How to Remove and Prevent Yellow Armpit Stains

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A white shirt is simple and classic, whether dress or tee. But nothing kills the crisp, clean sexy style like yellow armpit stains. Yellow pits happen to the most hygienic of gents. Aaron Marino of alpha m. presents a simple solution to prevent and remove them.

Why do yellow armpit stains happen? The aluminum in the antiperspirant stains your shirts, but you can't go without the antiperspirant. Alpha found a $5 solution to remove and prevent- Oxiclean! It works! He had tried everything, including bleach, and nothing worked. He researched and found Oxiclean. He tested it with the spray bottle (you can also use granules) on a shirt with stains-- and it freakin' worked!

Alpha demonstrates how to apply the Oxiclean. Once the shirt is saturated, let the shirt sit for 24-hours. Before it goes into the washer, hit it one more time. Dry it like normal. Stains are gone!

So, what about prevention? Alpha hits the shirt after wearing a shirt before throwing the shirt into the laundry basket. Wash and dry like normally. Proof is in the pit- it works.

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How to Remove Set In Body Odor and Stink from Shirts -
October 8, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube B.O.! Alpha's favorite sweatshirt has a smell in armpits no matter how many times he washes it. Why does he always smell like a hoagie!? Aaron Marino of alpha m. says that there is good news. You can defunct your garments. You will need: white distilled vinegar spray bottle trash bag. Fill spray bottle with vinegar and saturate inside and outside where the stink Read More»
Zipping Zippers for Clothing Preservation -
June 19, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube One of Alpha's key clothing preservation tips to keep clothes looking good longer is simple and easy-to-do. Aaron Marino of alpha m. recommends zipping up jeans, pants, shorts, and sweatshirts before laundering. Also zip the Velcro all the way up. Zipping will prevent the picks from happening in the laundry process. Read More»
Wash Clothes Before Altering | Clothing Alterations -
June 12, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube Aaron Marino of alpha m. gives the tip: launder the item before altering to reduce the risk of shrinkage. He learned something the hard way. He took a shirt from the store to alterations. After he wore it, he laundered it. After being hung dry, it was way too small. Alter Before You Buy: MODERN TAILOR! Read More»
Storing Seasonal Clothing | Wardrobe Preservation  -
June 5, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube They say you shouldn't wear white after Labor Day. Alpha doesn't know if he agrees 100% with that statement, but one thing he does know is that you shouldn't wear corduroys after Memorial Day. Aaron Marino of alpha m. says that certain items in your wardrobe are seasonal items. Corduroys are one of those items. Even if you look amazing and your outfit is perfect, cRead More»

Clothing Care 101 | Dry Cleaning, Laundering, Drying, Pressing -
May 2, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube Aaron Marino of alpha m. teaches you how to take care of your clothes and preserve your wardrobe with proper dry cleaning, laundering, drying, and pressing. You want to take care of your clothes to make them last. Make sure to read the clothing care tag then have your mother, girlfriend / boyfriend, husband / wife do it for you. NO! That's a cop-out. You need to Read More»
Every Man Needs a Lint Roller -
December 13, 2012
Hello black peacoat! What the... Piglet! The cat was all over it! Aaron Marino of alpha m. hates wearing dark clothes with hair and lint all over it. Every man should have a lint roller. No if's, and's, or but's about it... every man needs one! Before you go out, go over the entire piece of dark clothing. You will see that your article is free of hair and lint. Peel away the dirt piece on the lintRead More»
Launder and Press Your Shirts at the Dry Cleaner -
November 21, 2012
How long does it take you to iron a simple, button-down cotton shirt? Aaron Marino of alpha m. says it takes him 15 minutes for an average shirt. So, how much is your time worth? The reason he asks because there's another option to dry cleaning. Get your shirts laundered and pressed at the dry cleaner. The cost for getting a shirt laundered and pressed is $1.25 per shirt. With 10 shirts, you couldRead More»
Denim Care -
October 9, 2012
If there's one article of clothing most of us own, it's a pair of jeans.  If you're like the majority of guys I know, you have several pairs and for good reason.  Jeans are the ultimate pant.  They're comfortable, versatile, rugged, and easy to maintain... as long as you know the simple rules of denim care. However, this article is not about jean care,   but denim care in general. Denim is anRead More»
Caring for Dress Shirts -
September 27, 2012
Every article of clothing we own is valuable and deserves to be cared for properly, in order to preserve its integrity and look our best.  As we know, all clothing is not created equal; therefore, correctly maintaining a wardrobe requires paying careful attention to the care and upkeep instructions for each piece of clothing. Unfortunately, everything isn't as convenient as a pair of jeans to maiRead More»

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