Here’s the catch. You have to get your hands a little dirty.
It seems to be a catching trend where people are dumpster diving for more than just food nowadays. Whatever the reason, young lads and ladies alike are going covert behind big brand stores and scoring some crazy finds. Women across america are documenting their ULTA dumpster diving experiences and have claimed some pretty impressive volumes of top quality makeup among other things. Another youtuber documents how he finds expensive apple electronics.
Stores often discard items that aren’t pristine or are of an older make/model. With our throwaway culture in the face of saavy raccoons comes something truly beautiful. Personally? I’ve dived for raw lumber, wooden pallets, chairs, art, mostly furniture but sometimes brand-new shoes and clothes. Honestly, you never know what some people or stores may decide to discard. However, before you slip on your diving gear, there is proper diving etiquette especially when diving for food.
Perhaps you don’t want to dive for everything such as clothing.
You can check our shop where some of our sweatshirts are made from post consumer plastic bottles.