Jeans basic washing method
A. Dark jeans should be kept in primary color with white vinegar + water (white vinegar: water, 1:20) or soaked in salt water for about 20 to 30 minutes.
B. Dark and light colors are washed separately: mixing together will cause color to be dyed.
C. Do not use bleach. Washing with washing powder without enzyme-added blue particles, because the enzyme-added washing powder has a bleaching effect, which has an effect on the color of the jeans.
D. Avoid direct sunlight exposure: direct sunlight exposure will cause severe oxidation and fading.
E. Drying in a ventilated place: Non-ventilating will make the pants not easy to dry and will produce odor.
F. Wash as much as possible on the reverse side.
G, apply hand wash jeans, try not to use the washing machine and brush, this can effectively maintain the original color of the jeans.
Basic maintenance method for jeans
A. Dark cotton jeans should be worn about 3 to 5 times or once a week.
B. Light color: white, khaki, camel color... depending on the pollution situation.
C. The secret of using new primary (dark blue) jeans for second-hand or very old and personal style natural fading...
Finally, there are some tips: For Unwashed primary color jeans, the first time you wash, you can wear them when you dry them, and you can produce textures faster. For jeans that have been desalted, you can simply use some raw powder and water to spray. Re-harden the jeans on the surface of the jeans.
Before the jeans are put into the washing machine for washing, it is best to pull the zipper first, so as not to be stretched to the final deformation, and it is not easy to wear.