The volume of clothes we no longer wear, but also fabrics and upholstery scraps, produce tons of waste. Just think about your change of season, those twice a year that you put your hand in the closet to clean up and select a series of items to donate, resell or throw away. In case you throw them away, there is very often no way to recover the fibers, so they end up in the undifferentiated collection, that is, in the dry, not recyclable.
Multiply this change of season on a global scale and you realize for yourself the impressive amount of clothing in textile fibers (and not only) that is thrown away every year, destined not to be disposed of. The huge amount of clothing that cannot be recycled makes it essential to recover what can be. It can be regenerated to obtain a new raw material such as wool or cashmere, or cotton or denim, 100% regenerable to create new garments. But you can also avoid waste by using precious but sturdy fabrics of wool or various fibers that can be washed in ozone and softened, to give new life.
Vuscichè uses everything that is available to the circular economy today, so to educate us not to create garbage, it can be regenerated without destroying the pieces, with simple repairing treatments.
The most common is to be done in ‘green’ industrial laundries using ozonated water used as a natural softener and as a disinfectant, at the same time as the use of chemical products.
Ozonated water is created through a process, in full respect of the environment, in which a gas already present in nature such as ozone is added.
In this way the liquid acquires an extra oxygen molecule, with characteristics that make it a natural softener perfect for washing all types of clothing in the washing machine.
Ozonated water has ideal properties for obtaining clean and sanitized laundry. The presence of a high percentage of oxygen makes it microbiologically pure.
But how does ozonated water act as a natural softener?
Oxygen acts directly on the fibers, reviving them and restoring softness.
The action of the ozonated water is effective even at low temperatures, offering the possibility to choose programs for delicate clothes, protecting the garments over time.