Question- does the amount of microfibers a garment loses change over time? Would the first wash of a pair of jeans give off the most fibers then decrease from there? Or maybe the opposite, as the jeanswear they give off more microfibers each time? Would longer-lasting clothes or buying second-hand help this in any way? The dying process matters too. Many dyes are toxic, so it helps to seek out companies.
How do we buy longer-lasting stuff when even the old well-known brands reduce their quality to compete or get bought out by a foreign company that just wants the respected name to put on their garbage products for the same high price? I have large wide feet and I have a hard time even finding a shoe that fits, and when I do the sole wears out in 6 months.
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