Incredible hacks for fixing deodorant stains and scuffed leather boots

Get Rid of White Deodorant Stains with Vinegar, Plus Buff Leather with Toothpaste
Get Rid of White Deodorant Stains with Vinegar, Plus Buff Leather with Toothpaste


Let Rachael Ray's master stylist shows you how to use simple white household vinegar to remove white deodorant stains from black clothing. And she reveals another amazing trick, too – just use toothpaste on a washcloth to get scuffs out of your leather boots!

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