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pheromones on clothes
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pheromones on clothes
11-10-2011 9:45 PM

I have been using pheromones for years and have always applied to my skin. I am thinking of switching to clothing applications. I tried applications of Hypnotica to my clothes the last couple of days and it worked well. No stains or smell after a couple of hours and the effects worked well. I am a little concerned that none smell might be hard to get out and oil based pheromones such s A314 could be an issue. Does anyone else apply to clothes and have any experiences or advise to share?

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RE: pheromones on clothes
11-10-2011 9:57 PM

dry cleaning will remove all traces of pheromones from the clothes...
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11-11-2011 8:16 AM

Just don't use any copulins on clothes...that smell won't come out easily.
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RE: pheromones on clothes
11-11-2011 9:07 AM

I'm thinking that, when wearing layers, spraying to an inner layer should provide enough heat to disperse the mones. Outer layers may not work as well.
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