How to keep dark jeans from fading?

I love dark blue jeans, but after I wash them as soon as the color is not so brilliant. Is there a way to get the dark color longer?

17 thoughts on “How to keep dark jeans from fading?

  1. I wash in cold water, and the more you dry it, the more they will fade, so half way to dry, then hang them out.

  2. celebrate a special detergent for making dark clothes. It really helps prevent fading. Wash in cold and delicate cycle.

  3. Look for detergent that had a fade-resistant formula. . . . I think flood and all have a fade resitant formula, just read the package!

  4. They are switching from inside to außennicht for a long time if they are not visibly soiled (I use a 2-3 minutes wash) Do not put them in the dryer

  5. I have noticed that the dryer fades my clothes and most have stopped drying our clothes, including jeans. I wash in cold water (try it from the inside out as well) and then put them in the dryer for about 15 minutes on air fluff. Then I hang them to dry. Our clothes have lasted much longer, because we have stopped it dry completely. I have not tried the special cleaning agents, but I if you have a non-fading can combine to present detergent with cold water and air drying your jeans to keep their color longer. Good luck!

  6. Wash them in cold water on the gentle cycle with mild detergent like Dreft or Elfenbein.Auch You can always update your jeans by dying your older jeans. Just buy navy blue Rit dye, and you can dye the jeans look new again.

  7. cold water wash casual, cheer detergent for dark clothes, hang to dry, smooth it out so that they can not see funny when light needs iron

  8. My friend and I started a laundry service from our homes a few years ago. We found a little tip that we use on every load now. White vinegar. Add 3/4 cup into the rinse cycle and it acts as a natural fabric softner, saves money, is eco-friendly, prevents fading and helps keep your washing machine clean.
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