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Sweat Management

How to Remove and Prevent Yellow Armpit Stains

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How to Reduce Underarm Sweat Rings
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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 Reduce Underarm Sweat Rings | Hyperhidrosis -
October 31, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube Are you sick and tired of having wet sweat rings? Hyperhidrosis can be embarrassing. Aaron Marino of alpha m. says sweating is a natural process but emotions and circumstances play a part with sweating. Here's how to handle hyperhidrosis use clinical strength antiperspirant wear cotton adjust your diet (such as eliminating caffeine, alcohol, and hot drinks) cool oRead More»
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»
Sweaty Feet? | Check Out Geox Shoes -
May 9, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube Geox USA Do you suffer from excessively sweaty feet? If so, listen up. This new breathable shoe is something to check-out if you have sweaty dogs. Aaron Marino of alpha m. says that the shoes look normal but the sole of the shoe has little holes. Conventional wisdom says that your socks will get wet. Actually, a membrane is between the in-sole and out-sole that letRead More»
Perspiration | Trim Armpit Hair to Reduce Sweat  -
March 8, 2013
You are probably going to be uncomfortable with this video. Alpha cuts down on underarm perspiration by trimming armpit hair. Aaron Marino of alpha m. takes the facial hair grooming tool approximately once a week. Be careful with how your grooming tool cuts.  Use a high quality antiperspirant to help keep you dry as well. If you want to shave or clip your armpits, it's okay! Read More»

Deodorant versus Antiperspirant -
July 19, 2012
I think it's safe to assume most of us use either deodorant or an antiperspirant to control underarm funk, but do you know the difference between the two?  Surprisingly, many of us don't; nor do we know why we grab a specific product off the store shelf besides liking its' commercial and advertising pitch.  Marketing has some incredible selling power, but when it comes to something we use and deRead More»
Perspiration | How to Not Sweat After a Shower -
June 22, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. gives a cool tip about how to not sweat after a hot shower.  His solution has been tested for about two weeks now, and it works every time. He takes a hot shower. Then about 2-minutes before getting out, he keeps reducing the temperature from hot to warm to cooler so that his body core temperature is reduced. Read More»
Perspiration | Don't Sweat It! -
February 2, 2012
Let’s talk about sweat.  Everyone does it; some more than others, and men typically do it more than women.  We sweat in order to maintain our body temperature; to keep ourselves from getting dangerously overheated.  As I’m sure you’ve noticed, we sweat when we’re physically active, like during exercise, and when we are nervous, like on a date or job interview.  It’s understandable whRead More»

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