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  • F.A.Q : Garment Care (General)

    The fact that the dresses are washable and polyester helps a lot. The main problem with deodorants and the stains are the white rings that form from powder and some roll on's. On some poly and acetate fabrics, the deordorant gets ground into the fabric from friction and the stubble under the arm that acts like sand paper. Make sure that you are freshly shaven, before wearing dresses and blouses of this type, and make sure that your deodorant is perfectly dry.

    As for the best type of deodorant, it's a very personal choice. Most deodorants don’t actually stop you from sweating. Antiperspirants usually do. But you may want to try some sprays or aerosols, as they leave less residue than some roll on's and powders.
    - Updated: March 29, 2006

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