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Blue Collar Blues

jonny2box

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Does anyone know why sweat around the collar will cause blue dress shirts collars in particular to bleach out ? is there a way to avoid this ?
I keep reading advice about oxyclean and vinegar and baking soda. and about using aluminium-free underarm deodorant.
But my problem is that the life of my (blue only) dress shirts are seriously cut short because the collar fades out and gets a weird yellowish tinge. this obviously isn't the aluminum in my deodorant as it's not from the underarm area.
 
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