Eco-Nuts Push No-Wash/Low-Wash For Clothes

How soon till the eco-wackos start pushing for government to regulate

This growing laundry trend will save you money and is better for your clothes — here’s why some people are resisting change

Consumerism has many positive benefits for the economy, but it leads to a significant amount of waste. This has resulted in a new generation of neighborhood advocates. Many are championing new ways of laundry care, giving rise to “no-wash” and “low-wash” laundry movements.

Water usage, energy consumption, and renewed attention to chemical waste and packaging-associated practices drive an ecological call to action. Grassroots communities actively seek new ways to care for their garments for a more traditional, greener lifestyle.

“No-wash” and “low-wash” movements drive shared beliefs that frequent laundering is unnecessary for maintaining clean, odor-free clothing. Our communities are becoming aware, and there’s growing support for traditional ways of cleaning clothes.

Excessive washing wastes water and energy. At the same time, standard laundering contributes to garments’ wear and tear. And exposure to harmful chemicals contained in conventional laundry detergents is terrible for us and our planet.

But using healthier alternative methods for refreshing and caring for our clothes can include spot-cleaning, airing, freezing, or using eco-friendly fabric sprays and lowering water temperature to save energy.

Unfortunately, the same people pushing this surely bathe less and fail to use deodorant.

The “no-wash” and “low-water” laundry care movement extends beyond laundering to include eco-friendly alternatives in other areas, such as dishwashing, personal hygiene, and household cleaning.

This holistic approach to sustainable living underscores the broader mission of these communities: to challenge societal norms and actively seek sustainability. Small changes in our daily routines can contribute to an eco-friendlier future for generations.

If they want to do this, have at it. Don’t try and force the rest of use to participate.

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5 Responses to “Eco-Nuts Push No-Wash/Low-Wash For Clothes”

  1. ruralcounsel says:

    And they deny they are pushing us back to the stone-age or feudal serfdom.

  2. Wylie1 says:

    Where does this nonsense originate? Is this a subject used to distract us from exposure to more Biden felonies?

  3. Dana says:

    What else would you expect from the Great Unwashed?

    Seriously, if the global warming climate crisis whackos don’t want you to wash your clothes very often, how long before they start telling us that daily bathing is bad for Mother Gaia as well?

    As it happens, I’m washing the bedding this morning, but I’ll claim my climate credit, because the bedding will be dried using our solar-and-wind-powered clothes line.

  4. Professor Hale says:

    HAHAHA. Hippies and Europeans been doing this for decades.

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