SPRING! I love feeling the warm sun, hearing birds sing and seeing the flowers bloom. I also love cleaning out the closets! Putting away the boots, snow pants, heavy jackets and sweaters! And cleaning out what I know won’t fit next year. But where do you take the stuff? Whether you are willing to take them to a specific location or want the convenience of putting them out on your door step, I have an option for you.
- Cleaning Cloths – Cut up old T-Shirts or other appropriate material to use in place of a paper towel. They work so much better.
- Reusable Napkins – I made my children tie dye T-Shirts years ago. When they outgrew them, I just couldn’t get rid of them. So I cut them up and made napkins. Now, when I wipe my mouth, I smile.
Public Clothing Drop Boxes
Once you are set on napkins and rags, you can drop unwearable clothing at the Public Clothing Drops around town. I had a hard time confirming this, but it is my understanding that the company who owns these bins sorts the clothes. The wearable ones are sold to thrift stores. Unwearable items are sold in bulk to companies that shred them for other uses.
Where: Old Nab Preschool, Abbot School
Converse Community Store North Andover