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    jerigirl is offline Emerald level (3000+ posts)
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    Default Stretched out HA pjs

    What do you do with your older sets of HA pjs that the elastic is dried and crunchy? I have several pairs of stretched out bottoms and the shirts are just fine.
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    Unless you can replace elastic, I'd just toss them or donate them to somewhere that takes unusable clothes to make insulation from. But, I would not contact customer service to ask for anything. Items wear out and can't be expected to last for years.

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    I would throw out the bottoms and donate the tops. I've had this happen several times to clothes that were stored in the garage.

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    jerigirl is offline Emerald level (3000+ posts)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuggleBuggles View Post
    Unless you can replace elastic, I'd just toss them or donate them to somewhere that takes unusable clothes to make insulation from. But, I would not contact customer service to ask for anything. Items wear out and can't be expected to last for years.
    Oh no. I don't plan to do that. These have really served their purpose. Many lasting through at least both of my boys. Some were hand me downs from friends for my oldest.
    jeri
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    If you want to be able to keep using them, you could replace the elastic, or have a seamstress do that.
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    My MIL kindly replaced the elastic in our older HA LJs. Now that DS is growing out of them I'm not sure how to rehome them. I feel like the loose fit LJs don't have the following they used to--I'm sure because they've been gone for so many years now.
    momma to DD 12/08 & DS 3/13

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