This Aspirin Laundry Hack Can Save Your Sweat-Stained White Clothes

Definitely have to try this one on laundry day.

Whether or not you want to admit it, everybody — yep, including you — sweats. That's never more evident than in the dog days of summer when the mercury starts climbing and you get home absolutely soaked and in desperate need of a shower and a drink.

What's worse than the physical discomfort of your body's natural cooling system, however, is that sweat tends to leave yellowish-brown stains clothes that, try as we might with promising detergents and heavily-advertised "cleaning systems," tend to permanently dye our pits and collars with an eternally nasty looking funk.

Worse than that, those same stains can be found on pillowcases, sheets, and even comforters. Yuck!

Fortunately, we found a pretty amazing laundry hack that promises to make the headache of those stains a thing of the past. Best of all, it doesn't require bleach or going out and buying any new detergents: just a little aspirin and water. Check out the video below.

Let us know how you keep everything bright and tight around your home by leaving us you cleaning and stain-removal hacks in the comments below.

(H/T: Sun-Gazing)