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I can second what grayland said about Mitchum being effective, I've used it for a year or so now and have been really pleased with it.
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Update: So, I decided to not go with Gillette' Clinical Strength Deodorant, but rather a stick of their new Odor Shield Deodorant and I love it!
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Yep - the whole point is to clog the pores, I believe, so the deodorant which is washed off in the shower is superfluous. Applying it at night and showering in the morning would be ideal to prevent shirt staining.

Hmmm, this is interesting new news to me. I'm going to give it a whirl...

Update: To my surprise, this worked out very well.

My general regimen is a shower in the mornings but, since I run and/or work out in the evenings, I also take a shower every night. I usually put on deodorant only in the morning, but I tried this regimen of putting it on only at night, sleeping with it, and then skipping it in the morning (and not really scrubbing my pits in the morning shower). I was surprised to see that it still worked just as well the following day and I didn't have a bunch of gunk under my arms that immediately went into my morning shirt.

fyi: as I've said in other threads, I'm somebody who perspires a lot and lives in humid central Florida, so I'm a decent critic in this area. Also, I don't use any special high end deod - just Degree bought in a 5-pack from Costco. Hope this helps somebody!
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