Live Green and Earn Points


  • Carrie P. 5 months ago
    Wow. I had no idea! Eek!
  • Susan S. 5 months ago
    Years ago I sent my dry cleanable clothing to a dry cleaner, but after awhile it became a hassle getting the clothing to the dry cleaners and then getting them back because of where we used to live. I then resorted to washing my dry cleanable clothing in cold water and Woolite and hanging them up to air dry for many years . About 6 years ago I made the decision to give away all of my dry cleanable clothing when I removed toxic laundry and cleaning products from my household. I know this doesn’t work for everyone, but I’m glad I can play a small part in protecting myself and the environment from toxic chemicals.
  • Barbara W. 6 months ago
    Maybe clothes should not even be MADE that need dry-cleaning.
    I try not to buy things that have to be dry cleaned
  • Barbara C. 6 years ago
    Wool and silk can easily be hand-washed in cold water. I wash my wool and silk suits by hand--never took them to the dry-cleaners. Why would anyone even THINK that silk should be dry-cleaned? The ancient Chinese had silk robes and were washing them by hand over 3000 years ago!
  • tommy b. 6 years ago
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