I recently cut something out using a Dremel Saw and as some of you may know - these can get dust everywhere. I wasn't using any sort of extractor fan to remove the dust while sawing so it was free to fall anywhere and everywhere, including my nice black trousers.
I tried patting it out with my hands as well as rubbing (forgot to wash them the first time so it just made things worse) and that's got some of the larger quantities of dust off of them but they're still visibly dusty and unclean. I have also tried wetting my hands and rubbing which works for a short while until it dries again and then the dust is still there - just hard to see when wet!
Does anyone know any methods of removing stubborn dust particles from trousers or any other item of clothing?
This has also happened previously with a nice woollen jumper when I was sanding down a table and I was forced to wash it to get it clean again; however, I have just washed these trousers so would prefer a method that didn't require me to wash them again (although I fear that this is inevitable)
In case it helps any answers, I was cutting out bits of PCB board produced by SpiritCircuits and this is what is covering my legs.