If you do this, spots will be a lot harder to get out. Or, use really hot water and Pine Sol. Having a cool closet with low humidity will prevent the growth of mold and mildew, and slow the deterioration of your clothes. A pressure washer!!! Not only will you save money by buying thrift store clothes, but you might also be able to contribute to a charity by purchasing them.
A good wash can get rid of everything from germs and bacteria, odors, and even bugs and their eggs.
A Clean Bee. Many people have begun to use the internet to sell their previously loved garments to other people in their town via social media forums and local websites. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. I am impatient.
Your Name. Spray a mixture of one part vinegar to three parts water on your rug.
We use this field to detect spam bots. I also agree that pre owned and washed are less offensive than new with their factory chemicals and environment.
What do you already have too much of? Notify me of follow-up comments by email. It seems that you could walk for an eternity without ever finding the end of the store. To join our community, just fill out the form below. Store your clothes appropriately.
I wash things. I googled washing wool coats and it seems like you can do with a little TLC — wool detergent, by hand, etc. Their loss is your gain. So apparently there is enough concern here that it warrants the need for disinfecting your new-to-you thrift store clothes before wearing them. Coming from a family of medical folks, our dinner conversations have to be heard to be believed the Thanksgiving edition of boils and abscesses was a killer and our tolerance for everyday schmutz is pretty high.
I appreciate your honesty and forthright attitude about this.