ABC of jeans care
• Jeans should be washed at 30–40 degrees, turned inside out and with as slow centrifugation as possible. Too hot temperatures damage the fabric and may cause the colour to fade and ruin the fabric fibres by stretching them out.
• No fabric softener should be used when washing trousers. Fabric softeners make the fabric fragile and the clothing may tear.
• Dark jeans may bleed dye in the wash. It is recommended to wash jeans separately from other clothes.
• Do not use a dryer to dry your clothes. This may ruin their elasticity.
• If possible, remove all accessories from the jeans before washing them.
• After washing, hang the jeans to dry immediately to prevent the dye from bleeding.