Re: polyester material


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Posted by samm [1003.7683] on December 02, 2011 at 10:07:45:

In Reply to: polyester material posted by Jayne [10093.9972] on December 01, 2011 at 18:50:53:

it's not really healthy- there are lots of cute t-shirts in cotton, both ready for sale and available to customize at shops that do silk screening, embroidery and such. Look up those two terms as well as t-shirts in the yellow pages to find such a store. Also, sometimes under 'sports' you'll find a place that does sports logos and other clothes printing work.

I was always able to find something cute on a cotton shirt at places like wal-mart and target.at good prices. You can also find cute shirts on ebay- just search for one of his interests and chose 'apparel' as the category.

Save the polys-I agree with whoever said that.

Plastic (synthetic fabric) doesn't breathe like cotton, wool, and silk.

As my boys got older, the first wore nylon socks, the second, cotton, and the odor difference was huge. We dumped the nylon.


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