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Make sachets: Cut the legs off the tights and cut each one in half so that you are left with around four pieces of material. Fill each piece with lavender and tie the ends so that you have lavender scented balls. These can go in underwear drawers, and wardrobes to keep away the moths and keep things smelling sweet. Use them for cleaning: Opaque tights, the thicker the better, are great for using as soft dust cloths. Wool tights are also perfect for shining surfaces and mirrors. Use as a strainer: Thin tights are good for straining off liquids such as paints.
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Where Can I Recycle Stockings & Pantyhose?
Reader question: What about old pantyhose? - Unclutterer
Reader Joan wrote in with this question:. What does one do with old pantyhose that is no longer wearable because of holes, etc.? Is there a way to recycle this material? The short answer is no. Most pantyhose is made from nylon and it is a difficult material to recycle — and it can take up to 30 to 40 years for it to decompose in a landfill. A few years ago, an American pantyhose manufacturer had a recycling program but it is now discontinued.
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10 ways to recycle your pantyhose
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WRAP tell us we landfill 1. Tights must be a gardeners best friend! Use them to tie things together like sticks for a runner bean wigwam or tie trailing plants to a trellis. Growing sprouted seeds in a jam jar? Old tights stretched over the top of the jar are just what you need to drain out the water without losing your seeds down the sink.