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don't buy if you have cats,
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These pants have a fatal flaw: however this fabric has been developed, it is incredible cat hair magnet (unlike "real" denim). Within an hour these pants were flocked solid with cat hair from my three cats--without touching the cats, just moving through the house, sitting on chairs, etc. Yes, the hair gets on other clothes, but never like these pants (which of course I bought in black, and my cats are variegated shades of white, brown, and black.) The pants are in the washer after 1 day's wear, and when they are dry I will hang them in the closet and not put them on again till I am on a cat-free trip. Nice pants, though. Maybe lots of fabric softener will help. . . And no, I am not a cat person but my kids are, so can't dump the cats!
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Initial post: Jun 13, 2012 9:49:41 PM PDT
The fabric is not to blame for excessive animal hair in your living space. People who choose to allow animals to live inside their homes should learn to recognize the filth they generate, and clean up after them.
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 14, 2012 7:15:58 AM PDT
looking for great reads says:
OOoh, aren't you the smartie! How did you infer that the cat hair is "excessive", that the hair alone = "filth", and that we do not "clean up after them"? In fact, the hair is not excessive as we do in fact regularly vacuum and clean with sticky rollers; and, they leave no inside "filth" (they go outside on our many acres"). Regardless, these pants do collect cat hair in a "trace evidence" fashion. If you have no cats you have no business worrying about my warning to those who do, IMO.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 25, 2012 10:44:31 AM PDT
Well stated looking for great!!!
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 12, 2012 3:18:32 PM PDT
Filth! Humans are MUCH dirtier!
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 12, 2012 3:19:53 PM PDT
LOLOL! My sentiments exactly! >^..^<
Posted on Oct 4, 2013 4:18:50 AM PDT
M. Holman says:
try a spray-on fabric protector, it might work.
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