Shopping at Thrift Stores Recylcing Clothing
Buying clothing and other items from Thrift Stores is a great way to recycle, save money and give to people and organizations in need.
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I agree! I love shopping at thrift stores. I'm always on the lookout for antique-y sweaters (i've score a few cashmere ones in the past). I also like to look at the housewares and pick up things for the kitchen, like baking dishes as well as linens, tablecloths and the like. If you give it all a good scrub and wash in hot water it's just like new at a fraction of the cost!