I just moved out of home for Uni and I don't know how best to wash some nice articles of clothing
I have a pair of Acne jeans, my favourite pair of jeans, and I'm not sure how or if I should wash them
The tag says wash separately but I'm paying by the load, and so I can't exactly do this
Should I just put them in with the rest of my colours on delicate?
Should I just not wash them and hang them up?
Should I wait till I go home at Christmas and get my mother to wash them?
Clothing care general
In theory you're supposed to wash whites & darks separate but as long as there are no unwashed indigo jeans or w/e it should be fine to throw everything in at once. It sounds like they've been washed a bunch before so it shouldn't be a problem, cotton setting wash cold and hang dry etc.
>The tag says wash separately but I'm paying by the load, and so I can't exactly do this
why do you have Acne jeans, if you are so poor. sell them and get cheap ones if you want to be stupid and ignore tags.
I have a pair of grey Acne Eighty's jeans as well, theyre the only 'designer' piece I own apart from 1 or 2 others.
I turn them inside out, wash them in cold water on a 30 minute cycle with environmentally friendly washing powder, then hang to air dry indoors on a clothes airing rack, but still in the sun.
>Should I just put them in with the rest of my colours on delicate?
>Should I just not wash them and hang them up?
No, just don't wash them too often (every time you wear them would be too often).
>Should I wait till I go home at Christmas and get my mother to wash them?
No. Chances are you'll do a better job yourself.
Even the Japanese magazine guys agree: hand washing with Laundress denim or delicate wash