When purple shower curtains became a trend in the 70s, it was a fashion statement – and a disaster

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The U.S. and the U of K are also the world’s biggest exporters of home products, with exports topping $9 trillion in 2019.

The U of S exports about $3 trillion worth of goods per year to the U