Old Navy Informative - Ex-associate: Dirty/Dusty Children's Clothes
COLMA, CALIFORNIA -- Like many retailers,Old Navy needs to tidy up their store and put clothes back into place after every workday, especially during the holidays. How do these misplaced clothes make their way back to the shelves? By being put, placed, shoved on the floor through the dust and under shoes.
I have transfered to other Old Navys in the area, and it was all the same. Clothes that don't belong in a certain section get put on the floor, stepped on, and dragged in order to be separated. it might be the same at the other retailers, but it is not right. The floors are dusty, the associates step on the clothes despite the fact that others are going to buy them in the future, and so on. This also includes baby clothes and children's clothes. Many baby clothes are stuffed under the floor panels, pick up dirt and stay there for more than a few days, and are put back on the shelves without being sanitized once they are found. The associates are also the culprits, they stuff the clothes in odd places if they can not find their original spots.
To tell you the truth, the associates don't care about the "well-being" of the clothes, they just want to get the heck out of there during closing and do whatever is easiest.
My point is, please WASH your clothes before you buy them from Old Navy. It is disgusting. Many people would buy clothes, go to the fitting room, and change right into them. But you have no idea where those clothes have been.