A good pair of jeans should be a staple in every woman’s wardrobe. That said, when you buy a good pair, you basically want it to last forever. Here are some tips from The Ripping Chief Jeans, to help you take better care of your high-quality denim. Remember these rules to make your jeans last longer and to keep them looking as good as they did on the day you bought them
Washing Them Too Often Will Make The Color Fade Faster
But when you do wash them, do not spin wash in the washing machine and always use a safety bag inside the washing machine (it’s best to do so on cold)
Or Even Better, Wash Them By Hand
Start out by filling a sink with cold water and, to that, add just a drop of mild detergent. Really, just half a teaspoon! Then turn your jeans inside out, plop them in the water, and walk away. No scrubbing necessary. Come back in an hour and rinse off the jeans with cold water. Hang dry, and voilà: Good as new!
Always Air Dry
Hang them indoors and out of the sunlight, which helps preserve the color, and place an old towel underneath your drying rack so the indigo dye won’t stain your floors