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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