Are you washing your jeans the right way

@amadeo (73183)
United States
May 3, 2018 9:45am CST
Before tossing them in the washing machine. Turn your jeans inside out. The reason for this and overlooked is turn your jean inside out before tossing them.Flipping the jeans allow the dirtiest side of them of them to get the most exposure to the sudsy water. do not mix the jeans with other clothing article. If only washing a few.Do not put too much detergent in. Have a good one. Photo online
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@id_peace (7634)
• Singapore
3 May
I think we just put into the Washing Machine to let it auto configure to wash
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@id_peace good for you.Does it helps
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@Icydoll (24627)
• India
3 May
I do follow all these steps..
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@Icydoll good for you
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@tso1960 (238)
• United States
3 May
I just throw them into the washing machine, usually with other clothes, but if I have enough I wash them alone.
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@tso I see.
@Juliaacv (33233)
• Canada
3 May
I launder my jeans inside out, so that they don't fade as quickly. But my husband's jeans are washed right side out-usually because they are so dirty from him wearing them to work.
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@Juliaacv I see.That is why turning them inside out.
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@Tina30219 (35686)
• Onaway, Michigan
3 May
One thing I have always been doing so I been doing something right.
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@Tian30219 yea.Good for you Tina
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@Tina30219 (35686)
• Onaway, Michigan
3 May
@amadeo Yep want my jeans to last as long as possible
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@Tina30219 yes good girl there.
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@LadyDuck (176254)
• Switzerland
3 May
I wash the jeans of my husband often, so I wash them side out. I do not wear jeans.
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@LadyDuck I see.No jeans.What do you wear working in the garden?
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@LadyDuck (176254)
• Switzerland
3 May
@amadeo Cotton leggings, I do not like the texture of jeans.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@LadyDuck I see.
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@just4him (127165)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
3 May
It would seem to me the dirtiest side would be the outside and turning them inside out puts the dirt on the inside as well. I've never turned mine inside out. They come clean just as good.
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@just4him whatever works for you.
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@andriaperry Your not messed up.Your fine
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@Corbin5 (115973)
• United States
3 May
I have been doing it incorrectly. Now, I will turn them inside out. Thank you for this handy tip!
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@Corbin5 your welcome.
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@maezee (33335)
• United States
3 May
I do feel like the dirtiest part of my jeans are on the outside, not the inside. But I sometimes do this eith datk wash jeans to preserve the color. Not sure if that actually works or not.
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@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@maezee I see.Whatever works for you.
@marlina (77912)
• Canada
3 May
I have never turned jeans inside out to get them washed.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@marlina as you can see some do and some don't here.
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@marlina (77912)
• Canada
4 May
@amadeo A school of 2 thoughts.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
4 May
@marlina I see
@crossbones27 (21176)
• Redlands, California
3 May
You are so wise.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@crossbones27 I am if you say so.How are you there.
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• Redlands, California
3 May
@amadeo I say and good, how was your Birthday celebration? Did you guys get wild and have the cops called on you?
@DianneN (84977)
• United States
3 May
Mine get dry cleaned. My husband's go straight into the washer as is.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@DianneN I see.
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@DianneN (84977)
• United States
3 May
@amadeo I rarely wear jeans, but when I do, they are designer brands. I don't want to take a chance of ruining them. My husband only wears jeans for knocking around. He's more of a khaki guy.
@db20747 (9375)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
3 May
I knew a lady who took her jeans to the dry cleaners. Jeans fade too fast!!! Even the expensive ones!!! They R too high maintenance!! I wear polyester slacks instead!!!!!
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@db20747 I am not surprised by that.
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@db20747 (9375)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
3 May
@amadeo your not surprised???!!!! Why not??!
@rakski (22013)
• Philippines
3 May
I totally agree with you
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@rakski thank you
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@rakski (22013)
• Philippines
3 May
@amadeo no problem
• Phoenix, Arizona
17 May
I have actually heard that freeze washing your jeans is the best way. Basically freezing them!
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
17 May
@star_disgate have you done this.
@Kandae11 (40370)
4 May
I've worn jeans, maybe just twice in my life.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
4 May
@Kandae11 no more jeans?
@LeaPea2417 (22005)
• Toccoa, Georgia
3 May
I always turn my jeans inside out to wash them.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@LeaPea2417 good for you.
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@Courtlynn (55163)
• United States
3 May
We only wash them inside out when brand new. Otherwise they're washed normal, like everything else.. with everything else.
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@Courtlynn I see.
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@andriaperry (58649)
• United States
3 May
I have been washing mine wrong all these years! I do wash jeans with the color tops as well, Dang it, for once I am not right!
@amadeo (73183)
• United States
3 May
@andriaperry.We all done t his.
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15 May
Thanks that's a good tip.