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post #76 of 103
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A good portion of SF is somewhere on the OCD/Autism spectrum, so obsessive behavior is normalized in a forum chock full of undiagnosed mental patients. undershirt + air conditioned office + non-iron = immaculate shirt after 3 wears. Again, if you're a fat sweaty slob, this won't work for you. I looked inside my cuffs. No dirt stains at all. There's something about the collar. Sanguis, washing them at home isn't as effective as dry cleaners. Stains never out 100% Rock on SF !
post #77 of 103
^^ We shall continue to rock on clean shirts
post #78 of 103
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Originally Posted by Reevolving View Post
A good portion of SF is somewhere on the OCD/Autism spectrum,
so obsessive behavior is normalized in a forum chock full of undiagnosed mental patients.

undershirt + air conditioned office + non-iron = immaculate shirt after 3 wears.
Again, if you're a fat sweaty slob, this won't work for you.

I looked inside my cuffs. No dirt stains at all.
There's something about the collar.

Sanguis, washing them at home isn't as effective as dry cleaners.
Stains never out 100%

Rock on SF !

post #79 of 103
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Sanguis, washing them at home isn't as effective as dry cleaners.
Stains never out 100%

!

Now a sane person would think.

Why can't Reevolving get his shirts clean at home?

Have you considered washing behind your neck? It's the area between your shoulders and your head.
post #80 of 103
I'm not surprised that this is a Reevolving thread.
post #81 of 103
I usually give my shirts a spray of Shout along the collar and cuffs even if it doesn't look grimy as I launder them with clold water. Never had any stain issues.
post #82 of 103
I use podvorotnichok

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Note - I have the 2" version as I prefer it a bit thicker.

Oh, reaaaaally? This explains a lot.
post #84 of 103
Suddenly my expectations are adjusted. The bar has been lowered. Phew, that's a relief.
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Suddenly my expectations are adjusted. The bar has been lowered. Phew, that's a relief.

There's a bar?
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There's a bar?

There is! And he's the best dressed man in it.
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There is! And he's the best dressed man in it.

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There is! And he's the best dressed man in it.

post #89 of 103
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I use podvorotnichok



Interesting! Thanks for making me aware of a fascinating military tradition.
post #90 of 103
How long before he posts that picture of his body again?
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