Currently astronauts in zero G dump their clothes once they get too smelly because of sweat. Washing machines aren't viable because of zero G issues mostly.
So sci-fi your way out of this! How can you make clothing reusuable in a zero G environment?
One way is this: Use steam to clean your clothing. Viable but still uses up precious water. But if your sci-fied up enough, getting ressupplied with water in orbit of a planet should be easy.
Another Way: What if your in deep space in zero G? Forget the planetary shipments. How about metal armor plating for clothes? Flexible joints on it where needed, including chain links? Once your metal armor gets sticky and smelly, just throw it in the hot room on your ship and let all the junk be burned off. A sufficient heater/cooler system on your ship should only make you wait 5 minutes for your armor clothes while your naked and waiting.
I wonder about the comfort issues, but I tend to think that the benefits might outweigh it here because of the reusability.
So, can you think of other ways? And what do you think of these?
As for trolls, (and you know who you are) don't expect me to respond to your hate.