Dark denim jeans are a good item to have in your wardrobe. Most brands either overdye thos jeans with indigo or other dark blue dye, or they just do a 'rinse' wash on the original indigo. Throwing your dark jeans in the washer and dryer will make them fade and loose the dark indigo dye. Here are some tips on how to keep your dark jeans dark - and your other clothes from turning blue in the washInstructions:
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The fastest way to fade jeans is to throw them in the washer and dryer every time you wear them. We recommend washing your dark jeans after every 4-5 wearing. You can also spot clean as needed.
Some jeans lovers throw their jeans in the freezer instead of washing them. This will kill any odors you may have picked up, and keep your jeans from going through the washer and dryer. Don't store fish in that freezer.
If you must wash your jeans (the freezer isn't going to take out stains) hand wash them in cold water with color-protecting or gentler detergent. Hang them up to dry - the dryer will remove color and make the fabric shrink.
If you really love your jeans, take them to a dry cleaner. They can wash your jeans and remove any stains without removing the dark indigo.
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