- Apr 5, 2008
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I was thrifting the other day and was checking out a suit when I noticed that the white cloth "groin area" and to a lesser extent, the pockets, were stained a yellowish colour which I presume to be urine. Firstly, for those of you who buy thrifted suits, do you take this into account when considering whether or not to buy a suit (all things equal) and if you do buy suits with trousers stained as described, how do you deal with this (as the word on the street is that you should only dry clean at most once a year)? Secondly, for everyone who has ever had trousers altered, do you dry clean your trousers (if not brand new) before taking them to the tailor or do you expect your tailor to work with possibly urine stained trousers?
Hmm, would you pass up on a cheap thrifted Oxxford/Kiton/Brioni etc suit that was otherwise perfect except that for the fact that the trousers were heavily stained with urine/groin sweat?
No it is not normal. Like i said i think alot of it comes from old men and prostate problems not being able to get the last shake in.