Jeans Laundry Tips
When you are going to laundry jeans clothes or any other clothes, the first thing you should do is to read a label inside them. As a rule, there are main requirements as to water temperature and drying on them. There you also can see whether these clothes are ironed or not. Then you should empty the pockets, turn jeans clothes inside out and button up them. Jeans clothes should not be washed together with other clothes! They should be washed only with other jeans clothes. Otherwise, be ready to say good-bye to your cotton skirt or silk blouse.
In turn, blue jeans clothes must not be washed together with dark blue or black jeans clothes in order to avoid color blotching. Moreover, black jeans clothes fade and shrink faster than blue ones. The temperature of water should be 30-40 degrees. As a rule, you can find information as to the temperature on the label. In no case you should wash jeans clothes in hot water. Otherwise they may fade and shrink. Fading and discoloration can also be caused by use of bleach. That is why it must not be used. Fabric softener makes jeans clothes soft to the touch. But in no case it is added right into water, because it may cause discoloration and staining. Maximum speed of the washing machine drum should be 400.
Do not forget to remove and turn right side out the jeans clothes before wash. Jeans clothes are not recommended to dry in the drier. It is better to hang them and air dry, but at the same time they should not be exposed to the direct sun rays. By the way, air dried jeans clothes fade less apart from those ones dried in the drier. As a rule, drying time takes maximum two days depending on weather.
And finally, one advice for those who want to prevent their jeans clothes from fading and set their color. A cup of white vinegar added to the wash before loading jeans clothes is able to set the dyes of the clothes. But the best advice is to follow instructions on the label of your clothes and you will wear them as long as possible.