Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 카지노게임종류〃〃Bmb95。CoM〃〃km카지노배팅사이트
  2. 2 태양성카지노~{SCA3.XYZ}~태양성카지노태양성카지노 PLAY1
  3. 3 엘로우카지노~{SCA3.XYZ}~엘로우카지노엘로우카지노 PLAY4
  4. 4 인터넷카지노~{SCA3.XYZ}~인터넷카지노인터넷카지노 PLAY0
  5. 5 Reliable tour companies for day trips?
  6. 6 3 weeks in Italy - Family of 4
  7. 7 Novels about Spain and Spanish history
  8. 8 Brouhaha in Britain Over New 5 Pound Notes!
  9. 9 dining on the 25th in Dublin
  10. 10 London: Flaming June and Pirates of Penzeance!
  11. 11 Urgent- Pleaseee HELP - Spain, Italy or France for Xmass and New years
  12. 12 Swiss Trip Itineraryand Charges
  13. 13 Paris to Orly Airport Public Transport
  14. 14 Are St. Chapelle concerts just for tourists?
  15. 15 Last minute (next week) London GTG?
  16. 16 Trip Report We're here!
  17. 17 Amsterdam and Germany 9 days
  18. 18 Acropolis Athens
  19. 19 Versailles
  20. 20 Where to enjoy Paris
  21. 21 Choosing a hotel - Campo de' Fiori or Piazza Venezia?
  22. 22 Train help for Prague
  23. 23 AIR BERLIN SALE
  24. 24 Paris + Amsterdam: where to stay
  25. 25 Milan to Switzerland for skiing
View next 25 » Back to the top

black clothes and lint - how do you cope???

Jump to last reply

hi all
i dont usually travel in black clothes because i dont usually invest in them
however
this time
i am packing a couple of black pants of different weights and styles for russia and scandinavia, thinking they will serve me well in the city touring
i bought some great walking shoes too - black

i have bought a lint roller ( which promptly broke and now i have three refills ..bummer)
and i have mini travel size lint brush

but im tempted to just pack some packaging tape and do the de-linting with it wrapped round my hand or even using the 'waxing method' lol

any hints?

my hairdresser, a horse lover, told me the trick was to put soiled clothes into a dryer prior to washing to get lint and hair off dark clothing but im not confident...
i hardly use the dryer, preferring to dry naturally, and im scared garments will shrink...
but it sounds like a dream - to get all the fluff off in one go!

what do you people think? obviously i cant rely on the dryer method when travelling...'
do you pick up much lint on aircraft?
has anyone used the 'wet cloth' method?

any help appreciated
( and, no , im not re-thinking the black pants lol- theyre definitely coming even if i do end up looking like a lamington!!)

49 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement