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Abdul from Abasi Rosborough
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Has anybody tried the new Aesop deodorant? I like the original scent but I'm almost out and curious how the new one smells, there's no shops anywhere near me to try it though. I know there's a bunch of Aesop fans on here.
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Originally Posted by javy View Post
 

I bought a delicate wool knit from y!j that has a pretty strong cigarette smoke smell.

 

take a 55gal garbage bag and turn it into a makeshift garment bag by punching a small hole in the bottom for a hanger hook to fit through. place your hung garment inside the bag, insert the hanger hook through the hole you made and then knot the bottom closed, but first place baking soda (more the merrier) or activated carbon inside so it will sit at the bottom of the bag once it is knotted shut. hang it in your closet for a week (or less) smell should be gone but repeat if necessary

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^^^ this
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Has anybody tried the new Aesop deodorant? I like the original scent but I'm almost out and curious how the new one smells, there's no shops anywhere near me to try it though. I know there's a bunch of Aesop fans on here.


I'll pass the store on my way to practice, if they have it I'll post an update

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I bought a delicate wool knit from y!j that has a pretty strong cigarette smoke smell.
 Does anyone know what's the best way to wash something like this by hand?

Rave FabriCARE has a special machine to take care of fire-damaged clothes. I once bought a vintage leather jacket that smelled heavily of cigarettes. After trying a few treatments recommended online (airing it out, lightly spraying it with diluted vodka, putting it in a bag with coffee beans and activated charcoal), I ended up just sending it to them. The treatment is expensive, but they got rid of the smell.

I would try the online recommend options first since they're basically free. If that doesn't work, ask Rave what they would charge you for the job. You may need to ship it to Arizona first, however, so they can access the damage.
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Things I'm fucking sick of (perhaps this should be the title of a new thread):
-super long ass tees
-scalloped hems on said tees
-plaid button ups over same tees
-ripped jeans
-tight sweats
-fake baller hightops
-red fake baller hightops
-yeezy boosts
-as a matter of fact anything kanye or yeezy related

This shit is a plague and adopted by every fashion lemming across the world.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Things I'm fucking sick of (perhaps this should be the title of a new thread):
-super long ass tees
-scalloped hems on said tees
-plaid button ups over same tees
-ripped jeans
-tight sweats
-fake baller hightops
-red fake baller hightops
-yeezy boosts
-as a matter of fact anything kanye or yeezy related

This shit is a plague and adopted by every fashion lemming across the world.

To go along with all of these things... i'm fucking sick of:

SLOUCHY HUNCHBACK POSES OF SAD BOYS AND GIRLS IN LOOKBOOKS
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thanks for the advice guys, i'll give them a try.

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I'll be in Singapore at the end of this month - any recs for food and stuff to see/do? open to anything at the moment.

@penanceroyaltea nod[1].gif*think* you live there?
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new york is too goddamn humid.
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new york the northeast is too goddamn humid.
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Supposedly employee reviews at O&S

http://bit.ly/29y4D21
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damn, those are some scathing reviews
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Originally Posted by hennree View Post

I'll be in Singapore at the end of this month - any recs for food and stuff to see/do? open to anything at the moment.

@penanceroyaltea nod[1].gif*think* you live there?

definitely hit up some hawker centers, if nothing else.

geylang is an, uhh, interesting area
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