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Remove Deodorant Stains With Baby Wipes

A clever way to repurpose an everyday item.

Baby wipe used to clean deodorant off of a sweaterRick LewRealSimple.com
Original purpose: Cleaning baby bottoms.
 Aha! use: Getting deodorant stains out of your favorite clothes. The same wipe that soothes baby skin works to lift hard-to-remove stains. (Keep a travel-size dispenser in the car to deal with sticky hands, spilled soda, cuts, and scrapes.)
 Reward: Motherhood is the necessity of invention.

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