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Viva la Science!
Ah, ignorance has no bounds.
Believe it or not, those clothes come out cleaner than yours from your washing machine. I had an extremely muddy rugby jersey from which I could not remove the stains after several washes. When I went to visit my grandparents in India, the maid had a go at it with these "primitive" techniques and gave it back to me spotless.
Not trying to be racist or anything with that statement, its the honest damn truth!
Oh and don`t laugh people, those are actually the clothes YOU bring to the dry-cleaners. Everything is outsourced now, even your laundry. :-P
WTF? India is practically a 3rd-world country. Installing running water in many areas is not an option; they don`t have the infrastructure, the water and/or cash to spare, and besides the population is too high to set up an effective running water system. This is how people have to live their lives, it`s not like they have a choice.
This idiotic comment (like many idiotic comments on this string, mostly from Americans) is like saying "There`s a famine in Ethiopia? That`s their own fault, they should definitely build a few more McDonalds".
Just asking a question.
Sure, you`re not "rascit". You just think that all Indian people smell.
Nothing racist about that at all.
Course they consider their clothes clean. These are the same people who wash their face with cow urine.
But yeah... not somewhere to send your delicates!