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Should I wash my jeans inside out? Common denim questions.

  1. Question (first posted by @sector7again ): I have always been told to wash jeans inside out... is this correct?
    Thank you

    Answer (first posted by @lawyerdad ): I think the idea is that with any clothes, if you turn the them inside out you add a slight bit of protection against the outside surface getting abraded or whatever by the insides of the machinery. For people who are super focused on fades, turning jeans inside out probably doesn't hurt anything and theoretically may prevent having some uneven indigo loss where the jeans rub up against the machinery. But it's not like your jeans are waterproof. The soapy water's going to get to both sides either way.

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  1. Jimmy Balantyne
    Thing is, they're only jeans. Doesn't really matter how much they cost, they're still only jeans. Once you start getting too precious about them, you've sort of lost the point...

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