3 items of clothing blighted with the bloody stuff....
as an aside I mentioned to somebody "I'll never have lilies in the house again" and she pointed out that next time all I need to do is cut off the stamens. I felt a bit thick because this had never previously occurred to me. Would it have occurred to you?
Would anyone have any suggestions on how to remove lily pollen stains from the cream roof of you DH's car? (his pride and joy car...) I went on maternity leave yesterday and work bought me a big bunch of flowers. DH gave me a lift home and I lifted them a little bit too high trying to get them out of the car
Need suggestions fast or I might not survive until my due date!!
another one for sunlight, i have a white t-shirt which got covered in the stuff and i kept washing it and hanging it out, eventually it disappeared and it wasn't until reading another thread that i realised it was sunlight that got rid of it
I am much too old for Mumsnet but had to join to say Thank You for the wonderful idea of using sellotape on Lilly pollen. It has completely saved my favorite shorts. A completely brilliant idea. Of course best action would be to cut off the stamens before they get anywhere near clothes. Thank you,Thank you!
As the lady above I am also probably too old for mumsnet but was delighted when I tried the selloptape to get lily stains out of my curtains! It’s fabulous and works a dream! My husband was in the dog house up until then as he’d closed the curtains without moving the flowers! We won’t be getting divorced now, thank you!!