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Sorry to post so off topic, but I just discovered something important - -
why I should have washed a new zipper-front hooded jacket before I wore it.
Got the jacket for my birthday, tried it on - - very comfortable - - and
since then I've been plagued by small pink spots on my arms that itch like
the dickens. I used to think all the washing was for, was to remove
manufacturing oils from the textiles. But now I believe there was something
alive in my new jacket, and I have been its favorite meal in these last
three months. These imported clothes come from gosh-awful places and I can
well believe they harbor illegal alien fauna.

So don't do like I did, spreading the stuff to every jacket I owned - - wash
it before even trying it on.

Chuck
 
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On Mon, 08 Jan 2007 14:15:32 -0800, Chuck Olson wrote:

> Sorry to post so off topic, but I just discovered something important - -
> why I should have washed a new zipper-front hooded jacket before I wore it.
> Got the jacket for my birthday, tried it on - - very comfortable - - and
> since then I've been plagued by small pink spots on my arms that itch like
> the dickens. I used to think all the washing was for, was to remove
> manufacturing oils from the textiles. But now I believe there was something
> alive in my new jacket, and I have been its favorite meal in these last
> three months. These imported clothes come from gosh-awful places and I can
> well believe they harbor illegal alien fauna.
>
> So don't do like I did, spreading the stuff to every jacket I owned - - wash
> it before even trying it on.
>
> Chuck


Might also be a reaction to something the coat was permeated with to
make it water proof, etc.
 
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