|typo galore on Jul 31, 2008 @ 10:36 am|
the words are 'start' 'stretch' and 'wash' =)
Ali de Bold
|washing on Jul 31, 2008 @ 02:23 pm|
This is what you do to prevent premium denim from losing elasticity.
Wash them in cold water inside out
Never ever put them in the dryer. I ruined a really nice pair of Citizens by putting them in the dryer. I thought it would shrink them, but now they look baggy. On the other hand some of my cheapie jeans can go in the dryer and actually shrink a little. It totally depends on the fabric.
|oops on Aug 01, 2008 @ 03:55 am|
and i was just about to put mine in the dryer coz im sooo desperate for them to get dry:) thanks miss chickie
|general rule of thumbs on favourite jeans on Aug 04, 2008 @ 08:10 am|
Never Put Them In The Dryer!!
It's like my dryer has a 6th sense: It only shrinks the jeans I love but never shrink the ones I actually want to shrink.
Since I have to hem every single pair of pants I own, they are usually at the perfect length. So the dryer does a lot of damage to my pants. I find even jeans that have been washed a million times, they get shorter and shorter over time and they'd look awful. Now, I never put any pants in the dryer...ever!
In fact, I hardly ever put my clothes in the dryer. Clothes last longer when they are hang-dried.