how to shop for jeans

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Jeans, how you take care of them is very important!

1. Don't wash new jeans for AT LEAST 4-6 months or at least 10 wears. If the jeans start smelling funky, instead of washing, throw them in the dryer, freeze them, or use your steamer. 

2. Wash your jeans via the freezer (kills bacteria): Keep there for two days and it's good as new. 

3. If machine washing jeans, make sure it's a gentle cycle and cold-water because the intense tumbling wears of the stretch of the fabric. 

4. Air DRY!! Machine drying will cause your jeans to break down. 

5. Don't wash the whole pair of jeans if there's a small stain. Take a cloth and dab it out. 

6. Fold jeans, DON'T hang.