56 thoughts on “How do I stop my jeans from being so wrinkled after I air dry them? I wash in cold water

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nigga assuming you ain’t trolling, you first off put your jeans in the washer without turning them inside out, and then you put it on a high spin cycle. That’s why you have those disgusting creases and marbly fades forming

          • Anonymous says:

            they just need some water or humidity to relax the fabric a bit, you could re-wash them if you wanted or use a steamer or something similar

          • Anonymous says:

            well yea irons usually have that function as well but you can get just a clothes steamer

          • Anonymous says:

            I don’t know what you’re using but my handheld steamer is weak as heck. I couldn’t use mine on any of my denim.


            How do I stop my jeans from being so wrinkled after I air dry them? I wash in cold water

            After you air dry them, you put them in the dryer with a clean wet rag. The steam gets released from the rag and smoothes out your creases.

            I’ve hecked up several pairs of good jeans through trial and error. This is the process I’ve come to.
            >Hand wash or gentle cycle with cold water, warm if dirty
            Or soak in warm water with detergent, rinse
            >Hang dry

            May differ depending on brand.

          • Anonymous says:

            I just have an iron with a steamer, and I smooth out the jeans before letting them dry. You can also just use a spray bottle with water and get the creases wet while wearing them and they’ll usually smooth out.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Are you guys all stupid? You wash the jeans in the tub unless they’re already ruined like OPs, in which case you wash them and smooth them out on the bed while they’re wet and drape them over the back of a chair or something.

    • Anonymous says:

      I only wear raw selvedge, and I put mine in the washer on no spin cycle. I’ve given a nice type III jacket marble fades by washing on even a low spin cycle

      • Anonymous says:

        its a low % dice roll. usually won’t heck your jeans up but there’s always the chance they can. top loader center agitator machines are the worst for it. you can get away with all kinds of bullshit with modern front loaders.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Are you lot all buying cheap Uyghurwear slave pants? I just wash mine normally and hang dry, I’ve never had this problem.

      • Anonymous says:

        creases=/=ugly ass vertical wrinkles like in OP.
        I hang dry and my jeans develop back knee creases, ankle stacks and crotch whiskers no prob. But they don’t get marbling nor those ugly wrinkles.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Uyghurwear slave pants
      you can get selvedge made out of uyghur forced labor cotton on aliexpress and taobao. its actually really qual for the price.


      You guys actually use these?

      i use the stand up kind they sell at hardware stores.

  4. Anonymous says:

    To prevent those wrinkles:
    1. Wash them on a no spin cycle
    2. Don’t let them sit inside the washing machine after it’s done, take them out and hang dry inmediately
    3 properly stretch them when you hang them, manually stretch any wrinkle

  5. Anonymous says:

    You fell for the reddit denim care memes. I can tell.

    Here’s how to take care of denim. All denim, sanforized or unsanforized, selvedge or not, irrelevant:

    1. Turn them inside out
    2. Wash them in the machine on cold
    3. Dry them in the machine on the lowest heat setting
    4. Turn them back the right way and wear them for a couple hours until they stretch back to your body

    That’s it. Don’t soak them in a tub, don’t dry them on a line, don’t heck around. Just do laundry.

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