Denim Fabric Care and Instructions

Denim Fabric Care and Instructions



Washing Tips
The more you wash, the quicker your denim items will fade & distress. Use cold water & delicate cycle to keep your denim from deteriorating quickly.

Drying Tips
Heat is the bane of denim. If time allows it, HANG DRY! You may toss it in the dryer, but this will speed up fading, wear & tear.

Temperature Tips
Avoid heat when washing. Use cold water only and if possible, no heat when drying.
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Ironing Tips
No need to iron! Denim is a low maintenance fabric & meant to have a "lived-in" vibe.
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