Repair a snag on your tights in 3 easy steps


Repair a snag on your pantyhose in 3 easy steps

I think I'm not mistaken in saying that we often have a love / hate relationship with our pantyhose . Especially when I think of the situations where a mesh appears when it is not necessary that this happens! Obviously, we all know, the sticky is a fragile accessory and the lower the denier, the more the sticky will be transparent and therefore FRAGILE! It is therefore important to handle it carefully and act in time if you notice a snag.

Did you know that there are an average of 14 kilometers of thread in a sticker ?! The weaving is very thin and if a stitch is formed, it is often because a son has hung on something like a nail, a jewelry, a bribe ... and so on!

Before the mesh is made, there is often a small snag that will form on your sticky. A snap resembles a black line and it appears when a wire is pulled. But do not panic! The good news is that there is a way to fix snags on your pantyhose !

Here are the 3 steps to repair your snag. But be careful, handling must be done with care and attention (and ideally with gloves!).

Step 1

Identify the snag on your pantyhose that looks like a black line. It may be small or large. In both cases, you will be able to withdraw them! 

2nd step

Delicately, you'll pinch both ends of the line (from left to right). By pulling, you will see the line disappear or become smaller.

Step 3

In a very delicate way, pass your finger where the line was and rub gently and watch the disappear!

Sometimes an accident can happen and the snag turns into mesh ... the solution may be to put a drop of nail polish on the ends of the mesh to prevent it from getting too big. Hair spray is also effective in securing the mesh and avoiding disaster.
I still have a lot of tips and tricks to help you avoid stitches, tears and snags! Click HERE to receive our Pantyhose Guide, which includes everything you need to know to take good care of your pantyhose.



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