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Dress shields?

Vancouver, WA(Zone 8a)

Any of you use disposable dress shields? My dd needs them and thought you had a line that was good.

Bolivar, TN(Zone 7a)

I don't use dress shields. Once upon a time yrs. ago I did. Then I discovered that using plain old baking soda instead of deodorant stopped my sweaty underarms in no time flat. Have used it for the past 30 or 35 yrs. with no sweaty underarms. Tell your DD to try baking soda on a wk. end when she is not going anywhere. I just dust it on with a powder puff I bought in a drugstore. Hope this helps. LIZ

Phoenix, AZ

I've used baking soda, it works as an antideorderant but it can be VERY hard on your clothing. Breaks down the fiber. at the underarm.

Vancouver, WA(Zone 8a)

I did tell her about baking soda and I thought it was to be used w/ DO.

West Central, WI(Zone 4a)

With hot flashes being a very real thing, I just learned of a great dress shield idea. Use the ultra-thin panty liners! Just peel the back off and tuck them into the arm holes of your garment. They work great!

Vancouver, WA(Zone 8a)

marie_, genius!!

West Central, WI(Zone 4a)

I can't take the credit.....I heard about it on the Today Show. And it is genius.

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