I tried some personal deodorants to avoid the smell of sweat, both in stick, no gas, gas sprays. Some can be washed away easily with body soap on the next day, some require either hair shampoo (because it is significantly harsher than body soap and washes much better) or to wait for two days for the effect to disappear by itself (whether the compounds break down or the compounds get transferred to the shirt is untested).
I don't like to have on me a product I cannot wash away, so I would like to know which compounds in the deo's I should check to avoid the sticky/unwashable effect.
The answer should list or indicate the compounds or rules in a way that people with little knowledge of chemistry can understand, like "the name comprises this string" or something like that. Generic classes which include compounds with a significantly different name is regarded as too complex.
Trying each product may work of course, but then quite some flacons would end up wasted or I would need to use products I don't like for a long time (one flacon lasts months, usually). Also, the composition may change.