It seems that Jeans are the most comfortable clothes you own because they are durable. On the other hand, they go well with almost anything. As jeans require special attention, even after the first use knowing the best ways for washing jeans help keep your pieces looking great.
You can learn the basic of washing jeans with London Dry Cleaning Company’s expert tips.
If you want to wash your jeans without fading, follow these step by step instruction to keep your jeans looking good and enjoy your denim favorites for years.
Wash the jeans separately from other items to avoid dye transfer. And before that make sure check the label on the garment.
If you tend to wash the jeans in the washing machine, turn them inside out before placing in the machine. This helps minimize the abrasion that causes fading as well as the wear that can happen along the hems, pockets, and fly and waistband edges. It’s also important to zip zippers and fasten buttons and snaps because it prevents snagging other items and helps keep the jeans in shape.
Some jeans are ripped with holes. To keep them from fraying more than you want, clip the openings or edges together with a clip.
Make sure to wash the jeans with other deep-colored clothes and cold water. It will help improve the quality of your jeans, and protect them from discoloration, pilling, and fading.
Read the dry instruction on the fabric label. In general, you should smooth them into shape and let them dry on a flat surface or a hanger.
If you want to learn how to remove stains from your denim most effectively, check out our blog with this topic “How to remove stains from clothes?”
After checking the label, you can find the optimum temperature.
Use a mild detergent.
You can move them around the water for 1-2 minutes.
Leave the jeans in the water to give them a good clean.
You should remove any dirty water and soak them in clean water for 15 minutes again. To get rid of any excess of detergent, you can move them with your hands.
Remove any dirty water and leave the jeans in clean water for another 5-10 minute soak. Use your hands to move them around to get rid of any excess dirt of detergent.
After removing excess water, you should follow the instruction on the fabric label to dry them. This step is like with machine washed jeans.
** There is useful video that shows all this step clearly. Check it.
*Hand washing will also reduce the amount of friction applied to your jeans which will help them last longer.
* The downside to hand washing is that it takes a lot of time and generates mixed results. Typically hand washing is only as good as how much you are willing to scrub the garment. Each type of stain may require a different cleaning treatment and that makes it difficult to remove every type of stain by using soap and water alone.
-There is a trick to reduce bleeding. At the first time you wash a pair of jeans, Add a half cup of white vinegar to the water to help set the dye. The vinegar odor will dissipate after your jeans dry.
-Separate light and dark jeans. The color that rubs off may be impossible to remove from other items.
– The more garments you stuff into a load, the more wear and tear your fabrics will endure. If there is no room to move, zippers and rivets can snag, and stitching can break. The clothes should circulate freely.
– If you over wash your jeans, the fabric will down over time and shorten the life of your jeans. So, only wash your jeans when necessary.
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