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Dying jeans.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by slimjohnson13, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. slimjohnson13

    slimjohnson13 Member

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    Is it possible to re-dye a faded pair of jeans? I have some 501's which are just perfect but wearing them for years had faded the heck out of them. Just curious. Thanks.
     
  2. minya

    minya Senior member

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    It is possible to dye them, but I doubt you'll get the effect you're going for. You can't dye them and then "re-fade" them, if that's what you want to do. If you dye them, they'll be an even, probably dark shade of color.
     
  3. slimjohnson13

    slimjohnson13 Member

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    Thanks. I was looking just to get them darker again. I'm too sentimental and don't want to part with them.
     
  4. Johnny5

    Johnny5 Senior member

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    hmmm since they have great fade why not consider selling em off?
     

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