Now that many places have reopened and travel has become more common, I'm curious about the laundry and the number of times you might wear a piece of clothing before doing the laundry. Here are the opinions of a few people. We have sorted out the opinions of a few people for your reference.
1. The shirt is usually worn once, but if it is only used lightly, it may be worn twice. Our shirts are lightweight, quick-drying, and anti-wrinkle blends.
The pants can be used for 4-5 days, unless splashed or visibly soiled, we travel almost exclusively in neat jeans; no tears, my weight is lighter and there is some stretch.
Outerwear: lightweight wool vest and rain jacket or warm jacket, depending on the season/destination
Cleaning: We try to get by with sink washes (not the jeans) for week and 1/2 or so then hit a coin laundry for thorough wash/dry. Sometimes, where/when we do coin washing depends on the easiest The location and the longest downtime. Bonners is a multifunctional product, suitable for almost everything. You can wash people as well as laundry if you need to--and it's easy to find at Target. If we go to a laundromat, we will use the soap sold in their dispensers there.
Summary: Easy-to-wash quick-drying shirts, underwear, etc. can be washed and dried in the sink.
Jeans or jackets depend on where you go and the season. Basically, it can be used multiple times. If you are traveling for a long distance, you can take it to the laundry or hotel for cleaning. I think this can reduce the cost of washing clothes and make full use of the resources of the apartment.
2. Nowadays, if the time schedule is convenient, I will splurge and let the hotel do it, but you must plan in advance to understand your target date. Socks and underwear may be washed off by the sink, depending on how much laundry time I have. But I didn't bring any detergent-they have a lot of them. They also have a lot of clothes there, if there are few clothes and there is no convenient laundry station. I have seen people think that 15 pieces of underwear need to be packed for a 14-day trip, but it doesn’t make sense to me.
Tips: Wearing a T-shirt under the shirt can extend the use of the shirt to three days under normal conditions. In addition, washing shirts with starch (something that only seems to be familiar to older people) before traveling can maintain a better appearance after repeated wear. In a pinch, almost any soap/detergent is suitable for sink tasks (shampoo, hand sanitizer, etc.). The water does most of the cleaning work, and the soap mainly provides masking scents.
3. Wash underwear every day and socks for 2 days. A shirt is completed, but the pants, depending on how hot the weather is, can be worn for 2-4 days. My pants will dry out overnight, so if the weather is very hot, washing them often is not a big deal.
When our room did not have a hanger/balcony/or did not have much bathroom space to dry things, we also brought a rolled up laundry line. We always wash clothes on the first night of a multi-night stay, and then wash clothes as needed. I am not necessarily opposed to letting the hotel do this for us, but I don't want to waste time looking for a laundromat and the troubles associated with it, because 20 minutes before going to bed at night will do.
Summary: The use time of pants depends on weather conditions. It only takes about 20 minutes to wash the clothes yourself, and you can bring a rolled up laundry line.
General rule of thumb: The closer a piece of clothing is to my skin, the more often it needs to be washed. Most travelers choose to wear the same clothes for a few more days, not because they don't have the money to buy more clothes, but to travel lightly. At the same time, a lightweight large travel backpack that can be carried on the plane is the first choice. This way you can leave quickly without having to pack a lot of things.
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