Originally Posted by Swede66
Personally I also wear suede in snow, and never have had any issues with it. Sure, my suedes are not in light colors.
I use good spray water repellant fairly frequently...
I've two questions;
Firstly, I've been reading about suede in snow and there seems to be a 75-25 split with 75% of people saying don't do it you'll ruin your shoes and 25% of people saying suede isn't as fragile as people think I...
Originally Posted by Despos
When the pocket is removed, use water to dampen the cloth on the stitch marks and scratch over the old stitch mark with your fingernail and then steam for maximum result. launder after...
Originally Posted by razl
And, since I didn't see anyone mentioning it yet, - get yourself a good seam-ripper to do the job. Don't try it with scissors, knives, etc. And be patient, one stitch at a...
EDIT: Found my answer! Thanks to the poster below.
I'm looking to buy something off ebay from a seller in the US, I'm in Europe. The guy says he only sells internationally via trackable methods.
I've heard of...
Originally Posted by Shirtmaven
i know that the sides of most non-iron shirts are glued and stitched to prevent puckering.
i have never paid attention to the pocket on these shirts, just that they are a pain to...
I've searched for threads on this topic and the consensus seems to be that it can be done on must iron but not on non iron shirts, but I couldn't find any info on easy iron shirts.
Has anyone had experience with this?