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How To Wash Dry Raw Denim

To wash your Dry / Raw Denim, follow these instructions for a lasting hue:   Don't wash more than 1 to 3 times per year. Hand-wash your Denim with Woolite Dark or other detergent for dark and delicate clothing. Always wash them inside-out to preserve their color. Always wash in COLD water. Warm water could lead to fading! If you must use a washing machine, use a wash cycle with the lowest temperature and agitation possible. Always air dry your Denim to preserve their shape.     Note: Soaking with... read more

How To Wash Designer Jeans

      Here is a suggestion for washing your designer jeans   Turn your jeans inside out Wash on cold Dry on low for 5 or so minutes. Just long enough so they are not sopping wet, and to dewrinkle a little. Then hang to dry. read more

Dior 101 Everything You Wanted To Know About Diors

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

I think it would be nice to have all Dior questions go into one thread here so people can help each other out without having to visit many threads. Anyways, I thought I would put a simple FAQ here. Credits go to superfuture.  How does sizing work? Measurements new and unstretched are the tagged size plus 2 around. Divide this number by 2 if you want the measurement across. Example: Size 30 = 32" around, 16" across. Expect around 1" in stretch around from a brand new pair. Sizing up once from your "Diesel size" will probably get you the right size for MIJs. Size... read more

How To Keep Your Denim From Fading

    Designer Denim can be an investment and you want it to last as long as possible. Fading can make a pair of jeans look a lot older than it really is.     The number one tip to keep your jeans looking new is to dry clean them. However for daily wear, this can get costly.    Cutting down on the frequency of washing is a great start. You can put them in the dryer for a couple of minutes on a "fluff or air" cycle to freshen them.   When you do wash them here are some tips to follow:   Always follow the label care tag, as sometimes it gives... read more

How To Add Your Favorite Stuff To Denimblog

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

If you want to review your stuff, but can't find it in the system.  Just click the Add Item button from the Jeans & More page.         Then when you are at Amazon just look for the ASIN in the Product Details section           Then just paste that number into the "Find Products" page   read more

Seven Jeans Crystal Guide

UPDATE: 6/16/2010 - Hey everyone!   I am in the midst of fixing all ghost photos in this guide after I mistakenly changed the privacy settings in my Flickr account.  The missing photos will need to be embedded as new links, so please bear with me as I first locate each photo.  In the meantime, If you have any questions regarding crystals, please feel free to PM me (member name, dissociated).  Thanks! -Jenny   -------------------------- Ok, I'm just going to post all... read more


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How To Remove Glue Stains

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

Removing glue stains from your jeans guide: 2 do-it-yourself methods Method 1 (for cotton/cotton blends and linen stained with glue): What you'll need: 1) 1 quart warm water 2) 1/2 teaspoon liquid dishwashing or laundry detergent 3) Clear isopropyl alcohol (minimum 70% solution; 90% denatured alcohol can also be used) 4) Sponge 5) toothbrush 6) Enzyme presoak* (you may or may not need this). * Enzyme presoak solutions become inactive in storage, so use it as soon as possible. Method 1 Steps: 1) Soak hem in a solution of 1 quart warm water and 1/2 teaspoon of... read more

How To Stretch Your Jeans With A Waistband Extender

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

Heres instructions on how to use a waistband expander: The one I have comes with about 5 or 6 removable parts. The parts go right into each other just like how I have them set up here, you just push them together. You probably wont need to use all the parts here. I am a size 31/32 and I only use like 2 or 3 pieces on my jeans. You just need to have the first and last piece always but the middle pieces you can use one, two or all three of them depending on the size of your jeans. So you push all the pieces together and get out your jeans. You have to wet the... read more

Tips And Tricks For Using Paypal

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

Paypal for Buyers This tutorial is for a Paypal dispute filed by the buyer. eBay disputes and credit card charge backs are not the same. First, make sure that you have given the seller ample time to contact you before filing a dispute. If you cannot contact them by e-mail use eBay’s contact information page to try calling the seller to explain the problem. However don’t wait to long. In most cases you have a 45 day period in which you can file a dispute. Also make sure your dispute is valid. Just because the jeans are the wrong size doesn’t mean you should file a Paypal... read more

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