3 ways to keep your jeans looking great
Friction with other fabrics in the washing machine can cause color fading. Wash jeans inside out, close any buttons or zips and undo any roll-ups.
Use a net laundry bag to protect your jeans from stretching or ripping during the wash cycle.
Depending on brand or formula, direct contact with detergent may fade the color of jeans. Make sure to dispense your detergent according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Washing with cold water can prevent color fading and shrinking.
Fastening up buttons or zips can help prevent your jeans from going out of their original shape.
Straighten out any wrinkles immediately after wash. Best done inside out – remember to straighten out the pockets too.
Use clothes pegs to hang and dry your jeans upside down from the cuff.
Completely dry your jeans in a well-ventilated are away from direct sunlight to prevent fading.
Flatten and fold leg up to crotch.
Fold extended point in to maintain shape.
Even out the folds to reduce wrinkles and unwanted creases.
To minimize creasing, roll your jeans up for storage.