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Wool Pant Question

jjgold

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Bought some killer wool pants from STP. I was curious what is the best way to keep them "uncharged" ? Meaning they attract everything.
I don't want to roll them as in my opinion it just puts a light sticky film on the material and makes it worse.

Thanks
 

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A small misting bottle with filtered or distilled water. Sparingly mist the pants and follow with a one-way clothing lint brush. Then let them hang. They'll dry in minutes and be lint-free.
Your home is probably very low in humidity. Having a humidifier in the home will end this problem. This is particular to winter. In summer you won't need a humidifier unless you live in a desert climate. You should be removing dust from your home at least once per week too.
Also, when showering, use an exfoliator pad. Dead skin flakes comprise a great percentage of dust.
 
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As long as they attract women and money, I wouldn't mess w/ them.
 

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Man of Lint...thanks very helpful. I am actually in a rental as I am building and have NO IDEA if there is a humidifier in this dump.
 

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A small misting bottle with filtered or distilled water. Sparingly mist the pants and follow with a one-way clothing lint brush. Then let them hang. They'll dry in minutes and be lint-free.
Your home is probably very low in humidity. Having a humidifier in the home will end this problem. This is particular to winter. In summer you won't need a humidifier unless you live in a desert climate. You should be removing dust from your home at least once per week too.
Also, when showering, use an exfoliator pad. Dead skin flakes comprise a great percentage of dust.

You really live up to your name, nice post!
 

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