so i've been at it for a little under 5 weeks. i lost my job 7 weeks ago (my own, purposeful neglect). i haven't felt this good, not sure ever, really. i've went back to school after putting it off for a good while, and have been doing this as a side thing. it's been pretty entertaining. thrifting is a good reason for getting myself out and not letting depression get to me, it's been great.
i think i've got a decent amount of things over time, i'll post more about them later. i'll just post some crummy pictures of things i thought were particularly interesting to me. again, these pictures are
bad.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
here's a "teaser". alright finds, common in this thread.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Originally Posted by GMMcL
Welcome. You've already taken the initiative to begin reading, so thanks very much for that.
Answering your first question, for shirts, most of us use this method, referred to here simply as "The Method." http://putthison.com/post/441812762/cleaningshirts
I am in the process of experimenting to find a similar method for cleaning the lining on wool trou without damaging the wool. I have several permutations, and simply not enough time at the moment to run the actual experiment. Stay tuned.
Thanks again for doing your homework
haha, i've been on forums for over half of my life. i hate the guys who want to get spoon fed the days everyone else took to learn as much as the regulars.
is "the method" good for trousers, too? specifically zanella's. flat dry? not sure if that has to do with your experiment, but i hope so.Edited by Darkadious - 9/7/13 at 2:40am