Stone’s Rules – Dark Dye In Men’s Suits


    Roger Stone will be supplying us with one of his “Stone’s Rules” from time to time, and the first one is below —


    “Dark dye used in men’s suits – when combined with the chemicals used in dry cleaning – will break down the fabric over time and make dark colors “shiny.” The garment will literally fall apart, and the nap will lose its luster. Air suits out by folding inside out and hanging outside dip a traditional whisk broom in cool water to lightly clean the suit after thoroughly brushing off any surface dust or lint. Your suit will last a lifetime if well made and well cared for.


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