Do you continue to use it Make-up remover pads daily?
They are one of the most difficult household waste to recycle.
According to a recent study, we would throw 34kg /inhabitant/year of sanitary textile waste (diapers, wipes, tissues, etc.). Large area cleansing wipes are for single-use and are not water-soluble. I decided to make my cleaning wipes.
To make this tutorial, I chose this old school cardigan found in the second-hand market Two Market in Barcelona.
One of the biggest disadvantages of Two Market is the lighting. If you've ever been to a thrift shop, you know that the most important thing is to look carefully at the garment before you buy it.
Good lighting is, therefore, more than necessary. Holes, missing button, composition, mark, size, general condition, you never know what you're going to find.
So it was when I returned home that I noticed the brown stain (coffee?) in the middle of the cardigan. Impossible to make it leave despite several washes. So I decided to turn this old school cardigan into make-up cotton.