When the clothes r of no use or they have shorten then u can use them for clening ur cars,bikes,household items etc...

u can also donate it to poor children who dont have ant clothes for wearing...

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1.Make sure you put your clothes on a hanger when you get undressed at night if they are going to be worn again. Put everything else into the hamper to be washed. Never just put your clothes into a ball, and drop them on the floor. Protect the fabric, and the items will last and always look nice.
Prevent getting food stains on your shirts or blouses by bringing the spoon 'to' your mouth, and gently sip the contents, so as to prevent dripping. When eating a pasta or gravy dish, hold the napkin between your shirt or blouse and the food, again, move your mouth to the fork.
Dab ice water or seltzer onto food stains immediately , so it does not set. Do not rub.
 Use a gentle wash cycle for delicates. Do not use liquid bleach in the wash. Separate colors from whites. Pure soap with a handful of bicarbonate (baking) soda is a much better, safer and more environmentally friendly bleach than White King. Chemical bleaches are extremely bad for your health, and don't properly wash out of your clothes.