Yes, the politically correct term is WOOLITEÂ® Dark Laundry Fabric Wash, commonly abbreviated as "WOOLITEÂ® Dark" (and yes, WOOLITEÂ® must be in all caps at all times.) You can find WOOLITEÂ® Dark at your local Wal-Mart, Target, Albertson's, Kroger, Safeway, Costco, Sam's Club, CVS, etc. etc. etc. To answer your third question, wait as long as possible, or six months (whichever comes second) before washing them for the first time. To answer your forth question (inexpertly, I'm afraid, but just from personal experience) -- if your jeans are raw denim, and you wash them (I recommend using WOOLITEÂ® Dark Laundry Fabric Wash) then you will NOT need to starch them afterwards, because they will be plenty stiff after they dry; furthermore, starching could lead to a breakdown of the fibers over time. edit: Oops, I seem to have misread your third question. If you are washing raw denim, you should remove the jeans before the water turns inky blue (which would indicate the loss of the top layer of indigo dye).