Nice Jeans

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  1. Kcomps

    Kcomps New Member

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    so I finally grew up at 21 and stopped buying abercrombie and stepped up to 7's rock and republic diesel mek denim and etc....they are the nly jeans that can fit around my quads, fit around my bubble butt and fit my small waist...I was wondering how do I take care of these jeans so they dont fade or lose their shape? What laundry detergent should i use?
     
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    you wash em like you normally do
     
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    If you stick around tsl long enough, you'll start liking different jeans.
     
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    chizzle New Member

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    Oh, and wash with cold water normally, but hang-dry.
     
  5. ihaveanevilplan

    ihaveanevilplan Everybody wake up, wake up, it's time to get down Moderator

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    wash them normally with woolite dark
    hang dry
     
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    i wouldn't wash them that often, as each wash would cause a loss of indigo. but when you do wash them, i'd do it on cold, inside-out.
     
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    Remember to wash them inside-out
     
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    + like oliver suggested, woolite
     

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