There are lots of options when it comes to getting rid of old clothes, but some of them involve taking your old outfit, putting it in a storage unit, and then taking it out again to be repainted.
But the one that really resonated with me was leather paint.
Leather paint is great for those of us who live in dusty cities where the air is dry and dusty, but also can be a bit of a hassle.
If you’ve ever been to a warehouse where you’ve had to lug your old wardrobe around with you, you’ll know that there’s a certain amount of time spent in your bag collecting scraps, scraps that you can then put in your new wardrobe.
Leather paint can be difficult to use in storage spaces, however, and I had to use a pair of scissors to cut off a few pieces.
Thankfully, I managed to get them all out with some patience.
Here’s what you’ll need: Leather paint sprayer (available from most craft stores)