Has anyone else got the problem of getting holes in their new clothes after one or two wears?
I have just chucked about 10 tops out cause they have holes on them. I normally spend about $20 -$30 on everyday tops so that's a lot of money down the drain, plus some of them were just lovely.
So what's going on, I never had this problem before. I wash them in a front loader, line dry, fold and put away. I am not doing any heavy work in them or stretching or pulling. We don't have moths? I just can't figure it out!!
I've attached a photos of what the holes look like
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12-04-2014 13:05 #1Senior Member
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Holes in new clothes?
12-04-2014 13:08 #2Member
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I have the same issue too only from the clothes I buy from target. Also I have a top loader.
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12-04-2014 13:14 #3
That was happening to mine too. My guess is getting snagged in washing machine, dryer or on bra strap hooks? Is it also definitely not from the security tags? Do you wash bras is the same load? Are they in a wash bag?
12-04-2014 13:21 #4
Have you got a caesarstone kitchen bench top and are the holes occurring around your midsection? The same thing happened to some of my shirts from rubbing against the bench. I googled and apparently it's quite common.
12-04-2014 13:28 #5
They look like moth holes to me.
12-04-2014 13:29 #6
I was having that happen to me whenever i wore a particular belt. It would rub on my tops and put holes in them...
12-04-2014 13:33 #7
They look like silverfish or moth holes to me.
12-04-2014 13:39 #8
12-04-2014 13:52 #9
I get them on the stomach area a lot. Annoys me no end.
12-04-2014 14:07 #10
I have lots of t shirts with one tiny hole in the front on my stomach - I figured out it was from my jeans/pants rubbing on it, that corner that sticks out a little bit when you've buttoned them up.
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