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You might get better performance from the shirts by changing the way they are laundered. Different fabrics respond better to different washing techniques. Read and heed the washing instructions for clothes. If you used hot water washing the shirts, try using cold water or vise-versa. Further, try to use as little detergent as possible to get the job done. ...


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Unfortunately I have not made good experiences storing shoes from materials like crocs. As far as I know crocs are made from croslite which is a type of EVA foam, which is a similar to the material shoe soles or flip flops are made of. From my experience, this material is ageing worse when not regularly in use. It might sound counterintuitive, but the longer ...


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I am not sure if this tackles exactly what you were looking for and I hope I am not explaining something you have already considered but ruled out for other reasons. This might also not be considered a life hack, so not sure if this post will survive ;) (maybe worth moving to sustainable living?) One thing that works well for me is getting my shoe soles ...


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In my experience, it's the quality of the shirts. I had it before with cheap polyester shirts. If it's more like dust and less like lint, it helped for me to put the shirts together with microfiber cloths in a dryer. The "dust" was afterwards attached to the microfiber, I guess due to its static. Some websites also suggested to wash them with white ...


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Storing unworn shoes for years! Stored shoes for several years, including crooks! I placed them in an ordinary shoe box, which I wrote type of shoes were in the actual shoe box. If you do this, simply add a few moisture absorption sachets to the contents of your shoe box. The box will help the shoes (crocs) from getting deformed. There are many type of ...


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How to wash a shirt with foam inserts? When in true doubt, hand wash it! Being a quasi professional tailor, and have worked and washed many different types of fabrics. Still, I have to seek council from trusted friends about various types of new materials. Never worn or used boohoo clothing before, but I think it would be better to hand wash it, in lieu of ...


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I am fat and face same problem. Vest left strap always visible thru round neck tshirt. I copy the solution from what ladies do to hide bra straps. I sew strap with chit button at left side of tshirt and problem got solved. You can see ladies suits for reference.


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Neckties curling in the tip area? Ironing is one method, I would recommend if used in conjunction with the use of some form of starch spray. It should stiffen the tip of your tie in place! Starching your clothes adds crispness and structure, providing body to cotton and linen items. It also creates a higher resistance to wrinkling and soiling. Using laundry ...


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You should try ironing your necktie. Choose the right setting on the iron for the material; in particular your iron should be relatively cool for silk. When ironing, use a “pressing cloth” to insulate the tie from the iron, preventing scorch marks and stains from transferring from the iron to the tie. You can purchase pressing cloths made from Teflon, e.g., ...


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