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[quote name="sliq" url="/t/518027/australian-members-part-ii-if-you-read-the-first-post-youll-get-what-this-is-all-about/3060#post_8599106"]this thread has been awfully quite....

Anyway, the wonders of baby wipes - i had some sauce stains on one of my favourite blazers and trousers. with a repeated dabbing motion, all the stains completely lifted out. mind you the sauce on the blazer had been there for nearly half a year and i'd totally forgotten about until i wore it again yesterday.

Post Grand Final hangovers?

What brand are the baby wipes.

My sartorial problem of the day is a short haired blonde dog whose hair constantly gets on clothing.I took a jumper to the dry cleaners last week and he refused to accept it till i got the dog hair off. I have one of those sticky rollers but is there an alternative to this method for the removal of animal hair?[/quote]

Animal Nuisance
Territory and Municipal Services Directorate

An animal nuisance exists if the keeping or behaviour of an animal results in damage to property owned by a person other than the keeper, excessive noise, or danger to the health of an animal or a person other than the keeper.

http://www.tccs.act.gov.au/city-living/pets/dogs/your-respon...
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Animal Nuisance
Territory and Municipal Services Directorate

An animal nuisance exists if the keeping or behaviour of an animal results in damage to property owned by a person other than the keeper, excessive noise, or danger to the health of an animal or a person other than the keeper.

http://www.tccs.act.gov.au/city-living/pets/dogs/your-respon...

Sadly that directive does not apply to those dogs on the hill.
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This is what happens when you invite fxh over for dinner and let him near your wardrobe.

I thought with Spring here he had stopped shedding.
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GF it's johnson and johnson fragrance free baby wipes (has yellow packaging):
http://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/53336/Johnson-Johnson-Johnson-s-Baby-Wipes-Fragrance-Free-80-Wipes

also, re animal hair, do you have a clothes brush? i'd hang the coat or trousers on a coat hanger outside and just give it a quick brush.

Have numerous clothes brushes boar, horse not that good.Have a roller with sticky tape which works to a degree and a Magic Clothes Brush with Rotating Head.
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I'm seeing a lot better shoes around of late. It appears the Myer type brands have started copying the designs of traditional shoes - brogues, oxfords etc.
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I'm seeing a lot better shoes around of late. It appears the Myer type brands have started copying the designs of traditional shoes - brogues, oxfords etc.

This has been a bit of a trend over the past year or two. Even Target was selling shoes that were reasonable adaptations of cap toes from memory.

Florsheim also seem to be getting back on track a bit after a long period in the wilderness.

Places like Aquila still woeful though. I noticed they just got a big cash injection from private equity recently.
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Another 28deg day for garment dyed suits Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Picked up a sartoria partenopea linen suit for just over $250 au delivered in khaki colour. Will post pictures once arrived. Beautiful stitches all around including two lines of stitching around lapels.
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Perfect day for this:

 

 

Cotton-linen safari jacket and vest, long-sleeve polo and unlined suede loafers.

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'Conduit, or flanges?'
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Picked up a sartoria partenopea linen suit for just over $250 au delivered in khaki colour. Will post pictures once arrived. Beautiful stitches all around including two lines of stitching around lapels.

Where??

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i have a small hole in a favourite cashmere sweater and a hole in a wool cardigan. is there someone in sydney who can do repairs on them?
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i have a small hole in a favourite cashmere sweater and a hole in a wool cardigan. is there someone in sydney who can do repairs on them?

lol pulled up my summer wool tan pants this morning saw multiple holes - in to the bin. Shame only worn this pair twice in last 2 years, and the fabric was extremely light and delicate and appropriate for a hot 32deg day like today.
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Anyone know where I can get a cheap sapphire replacement in Sydney? Don't care about waterproofing etc.
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Anyone know where I can get a cheap sapphire replacement in Sydney? Don't care about waterproofing etc.

in Parra there's a watch repairer inside Mayfair Plaza. i've taken my dad's old omega there for service and he's replaced the plexi without worries. i'm sure he can do sapphires
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