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Clothes and Pheromones
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Clothes and Pheromones
10-28-2013 11:16 PM

I'd like to know if I should worry about pheromones rubbing off of my skin onto my clothes, particularly items like jackets, scarfs, hats and other items that one does not wash regularly.

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10-29-2013 1:23 AM

(10-28-2013 11:16 PM)pelist3rka Wrote:  I'd like to know if I should worry about pheromones rubbing off of my skin onto my clothes, particularly items like jackets, scarfs, hats and other items that one does not wash regularly.

Yeah, mones rubbed off on clothes can sometimes last for well over a week in my experience.

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10-29-2013 9:06 AM

A year ago I wasn't really into mones - never did any research or anything, so I didn't know where to apply them.

Experimented a bit with a bottle of Alter Ego. I always applied it to the collar of my shirts... Could still smell the mones even after my mom washed the shirt in hot water.. Stinker
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10-29-2013 9:38 AM

(10-29-2013 9:06 AM)Himeros Wrote:  A year ago I wasn't really into mones - never did any research or anything, so I didn't know where to apply them.

Experimented a bit with a bottle of Alter Ego. I always applied it to the collar of my shirts... Could still smell the mones even after my mom washed the shirt in hot water.. Stinker

That's the problem I'm having. There are some articles of clothings like t-shirts that still smell like pheromones after many washes.

What should I do about all this? Is this affecting my mone usage?

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10-29-2013 12:14 PM

It could be a problem.

IME, natural fibers tend to trap mones and eventually they stink. Your overall dose is not greatly affected.

Synthetic fibers are not nearly so bad but will also trap mones and are better for ongoing diffusion, which in some situations will throw you off.

However, mones on clothes need a far higher dose to be as effective as skin, except where the clothing is tight enough to reflect your body heat or in a very warm environment.

An Oxy-type detergent or a soak in a light peroxide solution is excellent for getting rid of mones on clothing and should be done fairly regularly on items that get moned.
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