Pantyhose Tips and Tricks


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January 10, 2012

Panty HoseThe next pair of panty hose you buy, put water in a ziploc zipper bag and put your new panty hose inside put in the freezer. A couple of days before you need them, take out, un-thaw and hang to dry. They will be difficult to put on the first time, but will last much longer.


Once a month, put them in freezer bag with no water overnight. Freezing them strengthens the fibres which prevents runs. They will last a long time. I have had my 2 pairs for a year.

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December 1, 2006

If you find you are left with panty hose that don't fit in the panty - (that is, the legs fit - but the panty comes up too short) you can still use them. I cut off the panty of old control top pantyhose and save them.

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November 7, 2012

Even with a run or snag your panty hose can continue to be useful in many ways. This is a page about uses for old pantyhose.


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June 22, 2017

Pantyhose can be a costly part your clothing budget. They are prone to snags and runs, but that does not mean you should discard them. This is a page about extending the life of pantyhose.

Pantyhose with a run in them.

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July 20, 2016

This is a page about keeping pantyhose from running. Panty hose seem to frequently get runs in them.

Women's leg with black hose that have a run in them

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June 21, 2012

This page is about saving money on pantyhose. When you need to wear pantyhose often, they can take quite a bite out of your budget.

Feet and Legs in Pantyhose

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