- Turn garment inside out
- Wash in cold water with similar colors
- Do not bleach
This will help preserve the color while exposing the part of our jeans that need to be cleaned the most—the inside—to water and detergent.
- Tumble dry low
- Iron low heat
- Dry flat or Hang dry
This step is super important. Heat tears through our denim's spandex, wearing down the fabric and decreasing longevity.
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Unless it’s absolutely necessary, wait five wears between washes. That’s right—you don’t have to wash your jeans every time!
After washing your jeans, let them hang dry. Then, throw them in the dryer on low heat for five minutes. This will make them especially soft.
To freshen them up between wears, hang your jeans in the bathroom while you shower. The steam will do the trick!
If you get something on your jeans, dab with a wet cloth or use a dry brush to remove.