Washing Clothes And Saving Resources

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There are clothing items that can be worn more than once between cleanings, obvious examples of this would be jackets, sweaters, pants, and dresses.  This is in contrast to clothing items that can only be worn once between cleanings. contruction workersIf you are a construction worker you probably are not going to get extended wear between cleanings.

If you work in an air-conditioned office there is a good chance you can get extended wear between cleanings, because this lightly worn clothing is still fresh enough to wear.

The Office - Season 9But depending on the type of use, most of us can get multiple wears out of many items hanging in our closets.       Like any other resource, clothing wear needs to be managed properly.  When you pour a fresh bottle of milk onto your cereal you don’t throw the rest away down the drain.   large milk being poured out

The milk will still be fresh for a number of days.  Many items in our wardrobes are still fresh like the milk; they can and should be used again.  Getting the full utilization out of our light worn clothing is important for proper clothing and resource management.   When you clean an item that doesn’t require cleaning you are wasting valuable resources, like pouring good milk down the drain.  Washing clothesYou are wasting the water that cleans your clothes, you are wasting the energy used to heat the water, the energy to dry your clothing, you are wasting detergents, the energy and the chemicals in dry cleaning, the added wear and tear on the appliances, the cost to you of paying for these resources, your time, and moreover, over-cleaning your lightly worn clothing will damage and reduce the life expectancy of your clothes.

These are all very good reasons to be aware of and properly manage your clothing wear. So how are you supposed to remember how many times you have worn the many items in your closet?  MyClothingHelper was invented to do just that.  No more guessing if it is still fresh enough to wear or if it should be cleaned.  MyClothingHelper is the simple and inexpensive way to manage your wardrobe.mchtriptych The MyClothingHelper Blog is dedicated to producing quality content on practical and fashionable living advice. If you liked this article, please take a minute to explore our website and visit the store page.

Water, Water, Everywhere…How to save water

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Seen from outer space, the refreshing uniqueness of earth is its water. With atmosphere, oceans, lakes, and rivers; we are swimming in life nourishing water.

With all this water how can we ever run out? Remember Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, “Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink.” There will always be plenty of water on earth but will we be able to drink it?

The overall amount of water on earth hasn’t changed in 2 billion years. Yet some have estimated that nearly a third of the population does not have a safe supply of water.  (http://www.lenntech.com/water-trivia-facts.htm#ixzz2ZuD4aY8m). The problem isn’t that the earth will run out of water, but that people in different parts of the planet can run out.

Water is an abundant resource but it isn’t equally available in all places. Millions of us live in areas where water is becoming scarce. Tragically, this is especially pronounced in the poorest regions of the world where many people have a hard time accessing either water or clean water.

In the US, until recently, our wealth and technology has made living in near-desert conditions attractive. Now, however, the increased population in these areas has put a serious strain on the available supply of water. So, until we figure out how to economically create clean water on demand, we should all start acquiring the habit of conserving water whenever we can.

There are many simple common sense things that a person can do to reduce water consumption: install a water saving shower head, don’t leave the water running when you  brush your teeth or shave, reduce your lawn size by planting shrubs and flowers that require less water, and many more. For 100 tips on how to conserve water see, http://wateruseitwisely.com/100-ways-to-conserve/. And also please try out our new invention, myclothinghelper. Among its many benefits it can help you reduce your household water consumption. (http://myclothinghelper.com/category/earth-friendly-practices/).

Most importantly, to directly help people around the world get access to safe drinking water we suggest donating to well known and well-run charities such as World Vision, Catholic Relief Services, and Americares. And the next time you need to buy a birthday gift for someone who has everything consider donating to a water charity in their name.

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Reducing Water Consumption, A New Approach

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There are many ways you can use less water. Some of the most common are to cut back on lawn watering or washing cars, or to use more efficient appliances like washing machines, toilets, and showerheads. But one method has eluded us until recently: Saving water by reducing unnecessary clothes washing.

MyClothingHelper, a new product designed to track and manage wardrobe wear, helps to conserve water by preventing the washing of clothes that are still clean enough to wear again.

Say you decide that you can comfortably wear a pair of pants at least three times before washing them. You wear them once and hang them back in your closet. But a couple of weeks later, you’ve lost track of how many times you wore them and you end up washing them after only one wear. This extra cleaning not only represents wasted water, it can also damage your clothes and cost you money.

Every day, millions of people do more laundry than necessary because they can’t remember if their clothesare stillclean. When you’re not sure, the tendency is to fill up the hamper because, well, you’re washing anyway.

According to the EPA, the average family does seven wash loads per week. If by using MyClothingHelper the consumer saves two wash loads per month (50 to 75 gallons of water), billions of gallons per month can be saved when multiplied by 130 million households.

With MyClothingHelper, you clean only what needs to be cleaned and that means you only use the water you need. It’s an easy way to conserve water, protect your clothes, and save.

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