What is the best way to clean clothes without laundry facilities...or running water? The least time consuming I might add.
Option one: don't wear them, they'll stay clean.
Option two: don't wear them for a while, hang them outside, let the wind and perhaps even some rain do the work. Doesn't matter how your clothes smell, if you just don't wear them for some days, they'll be better-ish :) (experienced this multiple times on long hikes)
Also buying clothes made of less-smelly fabric should help. I wouldn't want anything else than my Icebreaker clothes, but they'll cost you...
I have camped next to someone who had a WonderWash They let me borrow it and it really did an amazing job with just a few drops of dr Bronners liquid castile soap.
I would recommend a wonder wash and a clothesline.
if you have neither "laundry facilities" nor "running water" it, probably, means you are in a place where it doesn't matter that much if your clothes are clean or not
but if not - what's the point? i, myself, have stopped using detergents but i do laundry my clothes in a washing machine (i wear only black, and as you generally can't see dirt on the black, the logic goes that it is "clean" if it doesn't stink)
considering my washer is acting up again, the timing of your question couldn't be better!
I always wear jeans/pants, sweaters several times anyways but you get to a point where you MUST do something and fast! Airing them out is helpful but only gets you so far as well.
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