BASIC WAY TO CLEAN YOUR DENIM JEANS 

  • READ LABEL FOR CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS for your 501 Levi Denim jeans and for tall and big, original and regular sizes.

  • The number one recommendations are to never wash your jeans or else wash then every 6 months.  (It all depends on the type of exposure you have when wearing your jeans.

  • If for example, you work outside in yard work, then probably you will need to wash your jeans.  I say to have an old pair to do this kind of work and have other pairs for extended wear.

  • Use common sense.  If you get frustrated or whatever, contact me by email with the comment box.   Various methods are added in the posts concerning the care of your jeans.)

To wash your jeans, turn jeans inside out.  ( Wash only dark jeans with other dark jeans, but use just a few together.

This is not the case with lighter colors because dark colors will more than likely fade on other light-colored jeans.)

Well here is my advice using other website and experience using common sense.

Use detergent made specifically for washing jeans or a color protection detergent.    If you like Woolite, make sure it says on the bottle “dark”  There are others you may want to use that I have included below with a link to your convenience.  Any laundry soap you use, be careful and read the label.

You do not need a lot of laundry soap.  It all depends on how dirty your jeans are, and the more you use, the longer the rinse cycle.  

This is advice that is useful for sheets, for example, if you wash them often.  I use less than what the label says because I clean them often and they are not that dirty. 

  •        Select the coldest gentle cycle to wash.  Many times the directions say to wash in warm water!

  •       Wash on gentle cycle for a couple of minutes.  May move the jeans with your hands also.  Then rinse and spin to wring out excess water.  Use common sense.   If you have the gentle cycle on your washing machine, so much the better.  

My advice is to not even wash your jeans unless they are dirty.   Again use common sense.   Jeans can stay clean, but they may smell.   Then that is a reason to clean your jeans.

 But like I said, if they are very dirty, then I would probably wash the jeans in a short warm cycle.

  •           Hang jeans on a line in your home if you do not have a dryer or the dryer you have does not have a delicate cycle or that is your decision.is not advisable to use.   It is better to hang the jeans near a window until dry.

  •           If the outside is cool, hang your jeans on a clothesline.   Or if warm outside, do not leave your jeans too long.  Allow them to drip- dry for 1 or 2 hours.  Put the damp jeans

    then on the line in your home.

  •          REMEMBERWait for the sun to go down  (one or two hours before sunset) to hang jeans on a clothesline under a tree or in a cool shade.

    jeans getting dry on a clothes line

  • If this is not possible, then hang jeans on a clothesline in the shaded area in your home until the jeans are completely dry.
         
  •           Fold jeans and put them on a shelf or drawer with enough space to accommodate them.

That’s all folks.  I just want to make one point.  If you do want to put your jeans in the dryer, you can take them out at any point, but do not completely dry them, because they will wrinkle and possible shrink just a little.  Just use common sense.

Like the rest of the post, I have my email and a comment box.  I put these there so I can get some feedback.  Oh yes, you can find my website by searching:  https://findmejeans.com

When my website comes on, then press search on the right side of the list of the posts and you will find the post, ‘How to Wash Your Jeans.’    That is important because the post is not listed.

You have to write in the search box above the list of posts or just press search which is a lot simpler.

There is a song that goes like this.

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For the Comment Section, I would really love to hear how you effectively cleaned your jeans?   What does the label say about washing your jeans?   Do you think it best to not clean your jeans at all?   How about the freezer?   Is that a good way to clean your jeans and have you tried that before?   I really would love to read your comments and others can comment what you have written too.

My email is judy@findmejeans.com  Judy, owner of the website,  https://finemejeans.com 

I will only send email to inform you of a new post or a new Website for you to check-out.   But please, please comment.

My web title is, 501 Levi original and tall & big original fit jeans.

Thanks, I hope we will have a chance to talk again.

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Le Blanc® Laundry Wash is an exceptional cleanser designed for everyday laundering of all washable and colorfast clothing. Le Blanc® Laundry Wash is formulated to protect fibers from fading and stretching while keeping clothes looking new. Le Blanc® Laundry Wash may be used on washable, colorfast, organic, natural, and synthetic fibers. Safely launder everyday jeans, t-shirts, slacks, blouses, and more.
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The laundress Classic Denim 
  • Cleans softens and preserves color
  • Highly concentrated | Up to 32 washes
  • Ideal for white, dark, colored denim, distressed, embellished, stretched, and raw denim
  • Designed to be the ultimate clean laundry scent, Classic combines lily of the valley and jasmine with sweet musk, sandalwood, and a touch of citrus.

 

  • Woolite Darks with Color Renew smooths fibers, removes pilling and revives colors, so dark colors stay vivid & bold for longer
  • Keeps the dark clothes you love looking like new even after 30 washes
  • Does not cause fading, shrinking or stretching
  • Designed for use in both regular and high-efficiency machines
  • Ultimate protection for clothes with refreshing Midnight Breeze scent

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