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Einleitung

This guide explains how to quickly and simply reduce the spreading of a hole in nylon tights by applying nail polish. Nail polish is a quick drying substance. If administered to the edges of a run,it will harden the frayed edges and prevent the run from expanding further into the nylon.

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  1. Put the ripped tights on for easier repair, or leave them on if you’re already wearing them. Gather clear nail polish and a pair of scissors.
    • Put the ripped tights on for easier repair, or leave them on if you’re already wearing them.

    • Gather clear nail polish and a pair of scissors.

  2. Locate all potential runs or directions that the rip can expand.
    • Locate all potential runs or directions that the rip can expand.

    • Runs will not usually expand horizontally, but be sure to check both vertical ends of the run.

  3. Gently tug the tights away from your skin to prevent the nail polish from affixing to your body.
    • Gently tug the tights away from your skin to prevent the nail polish from affixing to your body.

  4. Brush a dollop of clear nail polish on all potential runs. Small runs will require just a dab of nail polish while larger holes may require a thin coat.
    • Brush a dollop of clear nail polish on all potential runs.

    • Small runs will require just a dab of nail polish while larger holes may require a thin coat.

    • Repeat these steps to all potential runs and loose threads.

  5. Once the nail polish has dried, you may cut any hanging pieces of thread.
    • Once the nail polish has dried, you may cut any hanging pieces of thread.

    • The nail polish will take about 1 minute to dry.

    • Be sure to complete this step after applying the nail polish and letting it dry or a new run will form.

Abschluss

These steps can save a pair of tights from becoming too tattered for normal use.

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