Usually our homes are the place we keep our clothes that we aren't currently wearing. So, we often have storage for those clothes, washing facilities, and other related materials.
Home is where we decide what to wear, dress ourselves, wash and repair clothing, etc.
Clothing will last longer and look better when it is well cared for. Clothing that sits in piles is more likely to be wrinkled and musty. Clothing that is stored in a damp place can get moldy.
- rooms: closet, laundry room
- furniture: dresser, wardrobe, bureau
- cleaning supplies: bleach, detergent, soap, vinegar, dye
- appliances: washing machine, clothes dryer
- chores: wash the laundry, ironing
- materials: fabric, cloth, thread, cotton, wool, polyester, rayon, linen
- other: hangers, clothes pins, mothballs, stain, sewing
- HowStuffWorks? on How Organic Clothing Works
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- About.com on Clothes Make the Man (or Woman): How to Dress for Work and Interviews
- AssistGuide Information Services (AGIS) on Adaptive Clothing, clothing designed for people with special needs like arthritis, Parkinson's, amputations