View Full Version : Fuzz ALL over exercise pants-gosh!
09-07-2008, 09:17 PM
I washed my cotton grey exercise pants with some white clothing today and now I have tons of these whitish tiny fuzz balls all over the pants. I got clean "fuzzy" exercise pants now and not what I wanted. My gosh! Got any suggestions besides re-washing as the dryer is not any help sadly.
I want to be upset but I know I am asking for help that will come forth from here.
Off to work the upper body at the gym now. Already did Turbo Kickboxing, stomach exercises this morning but ran short on time so had to stop here. Now I am off to complete the rest of the workout and maybe get into the sauna for a few minutes.
09-08-2008, 07:58 AM
Without rewashing - maybe if you have one of those shaver things for sweaters that may help.
For future washes - I always wash my pants inside out - so that way if there's fuzzies - they are on the inside ;)
09-08-2008, 08:13 AM
Can 'ya maybe take some packing tape and create a "fuzz brush" around you fingers and work it off? If not, use a shaving brush thing for clothing.
That'll teach 'ya, huh?
09-08-2008, 09:58 AM
You would think I would learn after the first time of this same experience, but not the case. Now it's inside out for all my clothing. Actually I wore the pants to gym last night nad they looked fine on the body but off, not so great.
It's all over so tape will not cut it sadly. I don't have shaver thingie either. Where do you find them?
09-08-2008, 10:16 AM
09-08-2008, 10:23 AM
If you don't have a lint remover, then wrap your hand with tape, sticky side out (any kind of tape will do) and dab at it until all the fuzz is off. You may have to do it several times.
09-08-2008, 10:33 AM
Thanks for excuse to hit thrift store. Since I already did the damage I will hopefully prevent this next time by having my toy on hand. I saw new too so easy to find. You always keep me clothed properly!
Tons of fuzz all over so tape would be great in smaller area, but here would be a morning of defuzzing. Thanks for tip and hopefully never need to use it, but here if ever the case again.
09-11-2008, 12:19 AM
Hang them on a Hanger outside........Take a Water Hose with a Jet Nozzle on it and spray them and let them drip dry. It should get most of it off.
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