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Clothing repair: save money and protect the environment

In today's fast-paced world, it can be tempting to throw away clothes that have a tear or a missing button and buy new clothes instead. However, this way of thinking is not only costly but also harmful to the environment. The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world, and the constant need for new clothing contributes to this problem. We want to avoid this with our RECOVER program.

The good news is that there is an alternative: clothing repair. By having your clothes repaired, you save money and help the environment. We now also offer this as a service. WE•TRST RECOVER . So what's the point of a repair?

1. Much cheaper
First and foremost, it is much cheaper to repair clothes than to buy new clothes. Instead of spending money on a new piece of clothing, you can use the money to repair something you already own. Not only will you save money, but you'll also have a piece of clothing that you love and are familiar with.

2. Waste prevention
Secondly, repairing clothing helps reduce waste. The fashion industry produces an incredible amount of waste every year. When you repair clothes, you prevent them from ending up in landfills and extend their lifespan. Not only is this good for the environment, but it also helps reduce the demand for new clothing items, which in turn helps reduce the amount of pollution and waste created by the fashion industry.

3. More sustainable
Third, repairing clothes is a sustainable way to keep your closets fresh. Instead of buying new clothes every season, you can update your existing wardrobe through repairs. You can also add new elements to your clothing, e.g. B. a patch or embroidery that will give it a unique look and make it stand out.

And finally, by repairing clothes, you invest in quality instead of quantity. Instead of buying cheap clothes that fall apart after a few wears, you can invest in quality clothes that will last for years. This not only saves money in the long term, but also helps reduce the amount of waste produced by the fashion industry.

In summary, clothing repair is a sustainable and cost-effective alternative to buying new clothing. It helps reduce waste, save money and extend the life of your clothes. So next time you have a tear or a button is missing, don't throw away your clothes, get them repaired. You're doing your wallet and the environment a favor.

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