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With all the clothing a male and female
have, to maximize the most of what yas
have, know anyone the best ways to
track usages of all the premier pieces,
so you’re both aware of what’s been
worn when, and whether it can be re-
worn, and, when required, laundered.
Please post all the things you’ve done
or your own ideas.
Thanks

posted over 7 years ago
catiebeatty
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catiebeatty

I’m sorry, I don’t quite understand what you’re asking.

posted over 7 years ago
 
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In the course of a week, I always try to dress best
as possible, utilizing my clothing most effectively.
I used to wash my shirts and slacks after a single
wearing, yet, due to light-wearings, I might opt to
wear again if clean they essentially be.
Of course, to do so, I need keep track of what’s
been worn when. To maintain best order of such,
avoidin’ gaffes, has anyone any systems they
might pass on?
Problem is how ought I properly maintain order of
my wardrobe to maximize most of what I have?
What ought be laundered now, what’s been worn
twice, even three times, etc,?
r

posted over 7 years ago
 
catiebeatty
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catiebeatty

Gotcha! I am the same way and have decided to not wash my clothes so often. If they don’t smell and aren’t stained, there is no point. Plus, it prevents them from wearing out and saves water!

Usually with things like t-shirts, I wash them when they are stained, smell,or look stretched out or wrinkled. Wool items actually only need to be washed like every couple of months! Did you know wool is anti-microbial? That’s why it rarely needs to be washed, which is good since it requires so much extra care. With my pants and trousers, I wash them every couple of weeks. Socks and undergarments get washed after one wear, of course!!

posted over 7 years ago
 
catiebeatty
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catiebeatty

Thanks for starting an interesting topic! Please don’t use the forums to advertise, though.

posted over 7 years ago
 
MiuSan
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MiuSan

Well I don’t rly have a system.

I just have two piles, and things I think I have worn without washing in between, I check an sniff through. Just normal I think, especially with delicate fabrics and things I just don’t wear on a daily basis.
A good airing out is important too to get rid of odors. You don’t always need to use water and so on to freshen up clothes.

posted over 7 years ago
 
tightsandtea
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tightsandtea

if it doesn’t seem like it needs a wash, it’s not getting washed lol. I hate how fabrics pill and/or shrink.. just last week, one of my favorite dresses shrunk so bad it’ll have to be a shirt now—I don’t really have the space to air-dry my clothes

posted over 7 years ago
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