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Just wish it came in a lb. The human body sheds skin cells and body oils, and exudes sweat, urine, and feces. From the outside, sun damage, moisture, abrasion, and dirt assault garments. Fleas and lice can hide in seams.
Worn clothing, if not cleaned and refurbished, itches, becomes outworn, and loses functionality as when buttons fall off, seams come undone, fabrics thin or tear, and zippers fail.
Often, people wear an item of clothing until it falls apart. Some materials present problems. Cleaning leather is difficult, and bark cloth tapa cannot be washed without dissolving it.
Owners may patch tears and rips, and brush off surface dirt, but materials like these inevitably age. However, most clothing consists of cloth, and most cloth can be laundered and mended patching, darning , but compare felt. Humans have developed many specialized methods for laundering, ranging from early methods of pounding clothes against rocks in running streams, to the latest in electronic washing machines and dry cleaning dissolving dirt in solvents other than water.
Hot water washing boiling , chemical cleaning and ironing are all traditional methods of sterilizing fabrics for hygiene purposes. Many kinds of clothing are designed to be ironed before they are worn to remove wrinkles. Most modern formal and semi-formal clothing is in this category for example, dress shirts and suits. Ironed clothes are believed to look clean, fresh, and neat. Much contemporary casual clothing is made of knit materials that do not readily wrinkle, and do not require ironing.
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Clothes are folded to allow them to be stored compactly, to prevent creasing, to preserve creases or to present them in a more pleasing manner, for instance when they are put on sale in stores. A resin used for making non-wrinkle shirts releases formaldehyde , which could cause contact dermatitis for some people; no disclosure requirements exist, and in the U. Government Accountability Office tested formaldehyde in clothing and found that generally the highest levels were in non-wrinkle shirts and pants.
In past times, mending was an art. A meticulous tailor or seamstress could mend rips with thread raveled from hems and seam edges so skillfully that the tear was practically invisible. Today clothing is considered a consumable item. Mass-manufactured clothing is less expensive than the labor required to repair it. Many people buy a new piece of clothing rather than spend time mending.
The thrifty still replace zippers and buttons and sew up ripped hems. Used, unwearable clothing can be repurposed for quilts , rags , rugs , bandages , and many other household uses.
It can also be recycled into paper. In Western societies, used clothing is often thrown out or donated to charity such as through a clothing bin. It is also sold to consignment shops , dress agencies, flea markets , and in online auctions.
Used clothing is also often collected on an industrial scale to be sorted and shipped for re-use in poorer countries. There are many concerns about the life cycle of synthetics, which come primarily from petrochemicals. Excess inventory of clothing is sometimes destroyed to preserve brand value.
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There is enough space between the slats for air exchange, yet the bird cannot see out very well and will be comfortable in the mews. The windows are properly slatted allowing in a good amount of light, but without making the bird uneasy. Mews by Bob Beagan, photo courtesy of Bob Beagan. This retired mews was built by a falconer who had no access to land and only the basement of his condominium.
The mews took up most of the basement and the bird spent her days in a weathering yard. A creative solution to a set of constraints. This ceiling to a hybrid mews-weathering yard is made of reticulated plastic panels over the mews section and enclosed over the rest with field fencing. Notice that every piece of the mews is protected from an animal attempting to get in.
In a fully enclosed mews, clear plastic panels may trap too much heat creating a greenhouse effect and making it unhealthy for the bird. This depends on the setup, the climate, and the management techniques, though. This is a simple solution to the two-door issue, yet very effective. The second door is just an extension onto the hybrid mews-weathering yard. Here an immature Gyrfalcon is kept in a playpen with a mesh top to prevent her from getting out, and keeping anything else from getting in.
The playpen can be moved inside or outside and the bird can be observed. This mews floor is pea gravel and works well in this climate. Notice the shading that the slats for the walls provide. This is important in giving the bird enough sun to be healthy, but not so much that she is overheated.
This mews is set up for birds who are flown every day and hearkens back to the very traditional mews. The screen perch accommodates several falcons at the same time who are then taken out every morning and replaced every evening.
Mews can change throughout the year. This mews has shade cloth applied for the summer months to lower the temperature and shade the bird from too much direct sun. The shade cloth is taken down for the rest of the year as the temperate Northwest climate is comfortable for the bird. In more extreme climates, some falconers have installed a misting system such as this one to control the temperature.
From the right hand side, the falconer first enters into the dog pen complete with shaded dogloo. Then the falconer enters into the weathering yard. On the right hand side of the building is the entryway which leads to a preparation area acting as a double door system for the mews. And from there into the mews. In total there are three locked doors between the bird in the mews formal and the outside making accidental release, or any tampering, almost impossible.
One very nice consideration is the amount of overhang that the mews roof has over the weathering yard. A falconer fumbling with a locked door is out of the rain, and the bird can be moved back under the awning, but still be outside. Also important to this climate is the drainage system. The gutters and pipes directing water away from the mews area is very effective at managing moisture, and important in the rainy Northwest.
Also note that the mews is constructed with the studs for the walls on the outside with the plywood for the walls on the inside. This makes for a mews which has smooth walls inside and prevents the bird from perching on inappropriate places.
The same mews, from the front. The mews window and door system is more obvious here. The wire enclosure is made of field fencing which is safe to freeloft in and sturdy enough to keep out coyotes or other dogs. The same mews showing the entryway from the weathering yard into the preparation room. Here the mews window is much more clear.
The window features screening on the outside of the bars to prevent mosquitos from entering the mews. The bars are PVC pipes and are strong enough to keep in any raptor. The preparation room is 4' wide by 8' deep making the whole building structure 16' wide by 8' deep. The preparation room has space for a scale, notebooks, equipment, and storage, but smartly also has a thermometer so the falconer can monitor the bird's environment.
The same mews showing part of the inside. The mews features two rope perches, a large bathpan, and a rock for the bird to feak on if she chooses. Where the wall and ceiling meet, quarter rounds have been put in so that the bird cannot find a way to perch on the edge of a sheet of plywood. The walls have two undercoats of primer and two coats of enamel paint making cleaning them easier.
The ceiling is 8' high, but does not meet up with the slanted roof pictured on the outside. This space between the inner ceiling and the outer roof provides insulation and helps keep the mews a constant cool temperature during the summer months.
The flooring is an 8" deep base of cedar wood chips. The falconer first enters into the preparation room. The door opens into the room and there is a spring to ensure it stays closed. There is electricity running to this mews so there are floodlights placed at the corners. The tall trees provide additional shade keeping the temperature moderate but allowing enough light in to satisfy the bird's needs.
Photos courtesy of Baine Carruthers. The far end of the mews is more of a weathering yard featuring 5" of pine bark as the flooring and a slatted roof letting in natural light and rain, should the bird want to bathe, or a large bathpan should she want to dunk herself.
There are several perches of varying material and diameter. All are placed to give the bird enough distance from the wall to not damage her feathers. Photo courtesy of Baine Carruthers. On the interior side of the mews, the flooring is 4 - 5" of dried pine straw over 4 - 5" of pine bark. The walls are smooth to not allow the bird to perch on any unintended surface.
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