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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    Yessss I have found this! I have two cheap Kmart shirts I call my B.O shirts....no matter how much deodorant I use with them they/I still stink lol
    Try soaking them in a bucket of water with a cup or two of white vinegar for a bit. I used to do this with my work shirts as they all had that BO smell stuck in the fabric due to being a synthetic fibre. It helped to get a lot of that stink out. I even add a cup of vinegar to my wash for hard worn items.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsKLM View Post
    @Teenz I've been using the clinical strength ones since they came out and now they don't work for me anymore. I'm not getting a smell but I just constantly feel wet at the underarm. It's so gross!
    I add a spray of say rexona over the top and it seems to fix that issue for me. Yes I wear two deorderants! Lol. But it works and I'm comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    I add a spray of say rexona over the top and it seems to fix that issue for me. Yes I wear two deorderants! Lol. But it works and I'm comfortable.
    @HeavenBlue - great minds think alike! Did a spray of rexona over the top this morning. If that fails, I'll do a brand switch tomorrow

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    I will try a vinegar soak and wash with that antibacterial thing you can buy. Will update with results (in a week or so).

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