You have now spent all of your money on those fashionable pants, yet you still can’t prevent them from fading. I can relate to your annoyance; it’s so annoying to watch your favorite jeans deteriorate. Some people view their designer jeans as investments, and they should be treated with care. Have some advice to prevent the fading of your beloved jeans.
1. Avoid using dryers.
I am aware of how crucial a dryer is today. It enables us to fast dry the clothes. Your heart would break to hear this, but those jeans need to air dry. Drying them for two days? It’s kind of disappointing, but your jeans must be air dried because they detest heat. To maintain your jeans in shape, always hang them by the belt loops. I assume you wanted those jeans to seem stretched out.
2. Keep the wash brief
Regular washing accelerates the fading process in your jeans. Your jeans would therefore prefer that you regularly let them dry out in the open air. If you routinely air them, you can get at least four or five uses out of them.
3. Wash with cold water
When washing your denim, stay away from hot water as it causes speedy fading. For denim, a cold-water wash is always the best option.
4. Inside-out cleaning
Do your jeans inside out if they come in contact with water. Additionally, it prevents them from fading.
5. Dripping ironing
You’re learning quickly, because you finally washed and dried your jeans. You should also learn to iron them when they are still little damp. It keeps your jeans clean and pressed. Additionally, it prevents your jeans from stretching out, something you won’t want with such wonderful pants.
6. Wash with hands
Although I know you spent a lot of money on your washing machine and would love to use it, washing your jeans by hand is always preferable. All the strain and damage that machine washing might bring about are avoided. I guess I managed to make everyone smile. Good luck preventing fading in those jeans. Don’t forget to subscribe to this blog for more interesting articles li