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    Ahh, how to get toothpaste stains off tshirt

    Ok I just bought this great tshirt. I can't find any pics of it online, but it has this really great design on it and its cost around $75. In my infinite stupidity I wore it before I went out, and then decided to brush my teeth. While brushing some how some tooth paste while I was spitting got on my tshirt. Even after 2 washes I can still see the stains, any advice on products/ways to get these stains off?
    yes I'm an idiot



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    Soak it in hot water that has 1 cup of Chlorox in it. Then wash as usual. If the stain doesn't come out, it's a total loss.
    OR try oxi-clean as a last last resort.

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    I see thanks, and thanks for the post in the Excercise and Health forum as well. I think you posted something about lowering carbs and salt intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRiSM92289
    I see thanks, and thanks for the post in the Excercise and Health forum as well. I think you posted something about lowering carbs and salt intake
    lol. It's a small community.

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    I don't think Chlorox would be such a good idea since it could ruin the design. Of course, I could also be talking out of my ass. I had some noticable toothpaste stains in a pair of dark grey pants of mine that stayed for several (not sure how many) washes. But I kept washing them and scrubbing them with a wet paper towel every now an then out of sheer hope that every little thing could help; the stains faded little by more by little and eventually disappeared. I don't think your shirt is a loss.

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    Just to let you know, sometimes dish soap is surprisingly good for taking stains out of clothes. Just regular water and some dish soap. And don't know if it works for toothpaste, but I found it to be generally helpful.

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