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Damn cpmac, you had yourself a very productive month! Nice scores!
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did i buy kinda expensive grensons or kinda cheap edward greens?

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/131109480849

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did i buy kinda expensive grensons or kinda cheap edward greens?



 



http://www.ebay.com/itm/131109480849


 



I'm leaning Grenson and not masterpiece either. Not a bad price if they are for you though.
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Found some BIG JOHN Denim (among other things):

 

The marked size is W 31 L 33

 

Measured like this:

 

http://blueingreensoho.com/site/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=30&Itemid=

 

Waist is 14.75 x 2 = 29 and Inseam is 29.75

 

 

 

 

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Has anybody tried "the method" on a kiton shirt? I'm kind of worried the little red dot on the tag will bleed out. Thanks in advance.
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did i buy kinda expensive grensons or kinda cheap edward greens?

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/131109480849

 

turns out its secret answers C: Church's/Cheaney

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how do you know these are church's?

 

All you can barely see is a script without seeing the nails or pattern. Am I missing something?

 

I asked what they said on the bottom, "Custom Grade Made in England" between that and the heel pattern, I'm about 95% sure they are Church's.  I'm guessing you pull back the insole insert and that's what you will find.

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Has anybody tried "the method" on a kiton shirt? I'm kind of worried the little red dot on the tag will bleed out. Thanks in advance.

How bad is it? When I have small spots or just collar staining that isn't too bad, I just apply a water/Oxy paste and let it sit for a couple of hours. Launder normally after that. I've had good results and definitely cuts the time down. Probably much less likely for the tag to bleed if you're just spot treating.

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Damn cpmac, you had yourself a very productive month! Nice scores!

Appreciate it man, means a lot..
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Has anybody tried "the method" on a kiton shirt? I'm kind of worried the little red dot on the tag will bleed out. Thanks in advance.

I've never had any issues (ie color loss) using the "method", but I also was never trying to remove a red dot.
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I think eazy is trying not to remove the red dot.

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Thanks Spoo, we'll see if I can make this puppy work

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You won that?!? My jaw literally dropped when I saw that close. I was heartbroken until now when I found out that it was you. Now Im happy! Wear it in good health or sell it for a hella profit.
 

 

My jaw dropped too. It was funny because the GF was nagging me when I first showed her and saying I don't need a tux etc etc but I promised I wouldn't buy it for too much and when it ended I had a giant grin on my face and showed her the price - all she said was "I still don't think you need it"

 

BTW to everyone, the measurements are close for me but not spot on, if it doesn't work I'll pass it along at cost so let me know if there's anyone who wants next dibs.

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I does this paste consist of?
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My jaw dropped too. It was funny because the GF was nagging me when I first showed her and saying I don't need a tux etc etc but I promised I wouldn't buy it for too much and when it ended I had a giant grin on my face and showed her the price - all she said was "I still don't think you need it"

 

BTW to everyone, the measurements are close for me but not spot on, if it doesn't work I'll pass it along at cost so let me know if there's anyone who wants next dibs.

NEXT DIBS!

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I does this paste consist of?

Just hot water and Oxyclean, applied liberally to the stain.

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