Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by EvilJediJ, Jan 4, 2006.
How often do you wash a pair of Jeans?
once after every time i wear them. but dark colored jeans i try to wash every other time i wear them, so they dont fade
ok i lied, i wash all my jeans after wearing them twice, but anything more than that is just bad, for me at least.
Normally every second time or so... depends on where you wear them, the temp outside (ie sweaty), what you do in them etc.
One of the things I find helps them is to hang them to dry. It is the dryer which is brutal on them, so mine always only air dry.
The trend is to wear them dirty. You can buy them with a "dirty" finish if you're into that scene.
like most of my pants/jeans/shorts - i wear them a multitude of times - i mean, if i throw on a pair of (insert leg wear here) and run to the store and am gone for 2 hours... i dont bother washing them... this repeats a multitude of times.. If I am out for 8+ hours in one day - I will usually be getting them dirty or sweaty or something - so they get washed...
obviously, if i spill something or get grease on them or something - they get washed.
For my designer jeans: I wash them after wearing them 5-10 times.
It's not good to over wash any of your clothes.
My good jeans will get washed every couple of times. My work jeans, well its almost pointless, very greasy/dirty work environment, its safe to say that they see their use. Simple Green makes them look new again.
Every 3-4 days.
i have worn mine for about 5 months, still havent washed them
there really tight so i wanna wear them in, but yeh i just leave them out side to air them out
I have several styles of jeans, and I typically wear 3-4 styles in a week, swooping for the next week. As such, a couple get worn twice in a week prior to getting washed. But when I do that, I still tend to hit them with a spray or two of bounce fabric re-freshener.
I was watching another man shower/dress recently, and I noted that he washes his jeans inside out--do others do this, and I'm just late to the party? I always wash shirts inside out, but have previously not applied the same principle to jeans.
only when they get dirty...
or begin to smell...
i too wash my jeans inside out...i read somewhere that it helps preserve the color etc...
ha! I've learned something about fashion (who would have thought...). See, now I have a reason to hang out with Frank
This also validates something that Whoopi said. She was saying how even though women talk about everything, they really aren't effectivly communicating. And it's easy for men, who really don't talk about anything, but rather teach by example. She was citing examples in the bathroom --fathers teaching boys to piss by actually pissing, and saying this is why urinals didn't have walls/partitions until recently...
Hmm...after you wear them... duh....
honestly, i dun wash them unless i step on mudd or get stains. yea
when they smell bad......
I use them like 3-4 times and then they fly to the dirty clothes hamper, I'm really careful with my clothes so I wash everything but underwear inside out, delicate stuff and jeans air dry and then I iron them before they go to the hangers, that way they stay wrinkle free forever
2-3 times before washing..
Until they smell.
I have mostly dark colored jeans and don't want them to lose their indigo. The more expensive the jeans such as Evisu or Seven, the less washing they get. For less expensive jeans like DKNY, I'll wash them more often. I have a pair of raw APC jeans that I still need to wear and break in.
ok ok, I was bein an ass earlier....
Truthfully my RL, Hilfiger, Express, Nautica, only get washed about 2-3x's a month unless they are worn to the club, or on a day that I've been "Going" a lot, since I'm an office rat washin them on the weekends are the norm.
Now my Dickies that I work outside and play in are washed after each use.
I would hope you would wash your dick.
Hehe...I'm ALWAYS clean...that could be the one thing I could be "Obsessive, Cumpulsive" about...I'm a stickler for hygeine.
It's always clean, if I remember correctly...