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Using Panty Hose with a Run in One Leg

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To get more use from your panty hose, you can cut off the legging with a run in it, and wear it with another pair with a single good legging. This is a guide about using panty hose with a run in one leg.
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April 12, 2011

With being a waitress for 23 years, I went through a lot of pantyhose, and 9 times out of 10, only 1 leg got snagged resulting in a run. When this happens, tie a knot in the bad leg before washing and save that pair. When you have 2 bad legs, cut off the bad legs, like medium shorts length, so they don't roll up, then put each of them on and you have a whole pair, it's also a tummy tightener. In other words, you have 2 panties on top with 2 single legs. This saves a lot of money.

By Shirley from Lexington, NC

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April 12, 20110 found this helpful

To get more use out of your pantyhose when you have a run in one leg, cut off the ruined leg and save the good part. When you get a run in another pair, cut off the ruined leg. Now you have two good parts to wear as one pair.

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Source: Learned to do this so long ago that I can't remember where I learned it.

By Judy from Frederic, MI

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Using Panty Hose with a Run in One Leg

I am glad that I am not the only person in the world who does this! I think it is quite a money saver. (10/23/2008)

By Louise B.

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