Because of this virus do you wash clothes that you brought from the store before wearing them or is it ok?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
You should always wash clothes you purchased from the store before washing them. The chances of getting Covid-19 from clothing you purchased at the store are right about zero. You get the virus by inhaling infected respiratory droplets, not by touching things.
- 1 month ago
Everything I buy I wash first before using
- EdnaLv 71 month ago
I've never washed new clothes before I wear them. If I bought them in a thrift store, I would wash them.
- Homer BufflekillLv 41 month ago
I've always washed things before I'd wear them.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
You mean new clothes that you bought? I wash them just for cleanliness purposes. Who knows who touched them. But for the virus it's probably not necessary. The virus doesn't survive too long outside of the body. Just letting the clothes sit for a few hours before you put them on will kill any virus.
- Donnie DoomLv 51 month ago
Depends how paranoid and superstitious you are to believe in fake pandemics.
- 38lsbLv 61 month ago
What virus, oh you mean the fake pandemic that the media brainwashed the weak minded into believing. I thought by now everybody would've figured out this virus nonsense is being used to destroy the world economy and try to scare people into taking the depopulation covid vaccine when it comes.
- UserLv 71 month ago
I've always washed clothes before wearing them.
- edwardLv 71 month ago
I did that regardless. I washed clothes i bought before the virus. I haven’t changed the way i do laundry
- ..Lv 61 month ago
No. The virus lasts longest on plastic and glass - about 72 hours. Just hang them up for at least a couple of days. But do wash your hands, and be mindful of what you have touched.
- kelvinLv 71 month ago
i did that before the virus