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    What to do with your old products

    While I hope you keep your Lisa Burford products forever, I know this may not be realistic. Instead of tossing those unwanted items, you have multiple ways to remove them from your life without tossing them into the garbage. Typically no matter the condition, you can turn it into something good for you, maybe something good for someone else, but definitely good for the planet.

    Paper Prints

    If it's still in good condition:
    - gift it to someone else
    - donate it to a charity thrift store
    - swap group

    If it's in poor condition:
    - recycle it

    Every day, U.S. papermakers recycle enough paper to fill a 15-mile-long train of boxcars.

    T-shirts

    If it's still in good condition:
    - gift it to someone else
    - donate it to a charity thrift store
    - swap group
    - Send it to Marine Layer's Respun program and get $5 from them!
    - upcycle and frame the design
    - If you have a few articles of clothing piling up, consider using GreenDrop.

    If it's in poor condition (holes, stained):
    - use it as a rag (or tear it up to make many rags)
    - use it as a shirt to paint in
    - wear it while gardening and doing yard work
    - wear it while cleaning your home
    - Send it to Marine Layer's Respun program and get $5 from them (yes they take tees in any condition!)!

    Hoodies

    If it's still in good condition:
    - gift it to someone else
    - donate it to a charity thrift store
    - swap group
    - If you have a few articles of clothing piling up, consider using GreenDrop.

    If it's in poor condition (holes, stained):
    - use it as a rag (or tear it up to make many rags)
    - use it as a shirt to paint in
    - wear it while gardening and doing yard work
    - wear it while cleaning your home

    Bandanas

    - use as napkins
    - gift wrap
    - save a bunch over time and make a quilt
    - ice pack wrap
    - craft project fabric

    Tote Bags

    - pack up items to donate in it and leave the tote with the donation drop-off
    - use it for food donations
    - use it for gift wrapping instead of brand new wrapping paper
    - use it for a care bag for a homeless person

    Other Items and Questions

    Have a question about reuse of a different product? Let me know! And as always, if you have any issues with any of my products, please let me know. I'd rather we discuss than you get something you don't want, can't use, or are generally unhappy with!