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Old 10-29-2014, 10:01 PM   #1
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Who wears levis

So weird question but to the people that wear them how do you wash them lol
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Like any other jeans.


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Wtf.

I wear rock revival and affliction, and wash them just like anything else

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So, now the forum became "how do you wash your clothes" haha.

I don't wear them, but I wash mine like any other jeans.
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Will stink like 💩💩

The ones that you don't wash are the Tommy Hilfiger man.
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Well its something diferrent than I'm supercharging my car in 20 years whats your advice.
Also its my understanding that levis can't be washed like any other pair cause it will ruin them so i was only asking lol
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Well its something diferrent than I'm supercharging my car in 20 years whats your advice.
Also its my understanding that levis can't be washed like any other pair cause it will ruin them so i was only asking lol
I think they will be fine bud.

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Isn't there a tag on them that says how to wash them? Either way I believe they should be fine
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Isn't there a tag on them that says how to wash them? Either way I believe they should be fine
There is but i washed one pair and they got ruined so i dont want to ruin the rest
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I usually flip them inside out, wash on cold... like once a year lol.
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I usually flip them inside out, wash on cold... like once a year lol.
Thank you. I got a pair that like vic14 smells like 💩💩💩🚽
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Cold, and if you have a delicates setting on the washer use that.


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I wash mine with Dragon Tears (Be sure to use the gentle cycle) I like to dry them with Ostrich Feathers.
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naw foreal they bleed and get lines when u wash them even the first time kinda sucks what i do is ever use wipe them down with a damp cold towel softly cause even that removes some dye. and if they get too soiled got to dry clean them pain in the azz lol i kno
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does it really work and do u add it to a was like soap?
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Sexist answer: I throw them in the hamper and my wife washes them. It's her chore around here.
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Wash them on cold/regular with every other ****ing thing we own. We have a Kenmore HE washer that does not suck.
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does it really work and do u add it to a was like soap?
Yes it works. My black 501s still dark af and i wash them in cold water, hang dry and the air fluff on the dryer. I'm not rich so i only have 5 pairs of jeans (501s) and 3 dress pants lol gotta make them *****es last
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Yes it works. My black 501s still dark af and i wash them in cold water, hang dry and the air fluff on the dryer. I'm not rich so i only have 5 pairs of jeans (501s) and 3 dress pants lol gotta make them *****es last
yup only got a few pairs of good pants. makes it hard when u wake up in the morning for work looking like a zebra mixed with ur pants from the dye bleeding back to the washing-board.
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I wear Carheart for work, and American Eagle for recreation. I have a bunch of old Wrangler pants that don't seem to die but stopped wearing Levis when I had two pairs rip on the back pockets.

I grew up wearing Levis which was sad to see the drop in quality and ain't no way I would wash a pairs of jeans only once a year. If I wear the same pants two days in a row I feel the skin crawling on my legs.....
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lol i also noticed its sad the quality of levis have gone down they are way thinner and dont even feel like real denim anymore.
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lol i also noticed its sad the quality of levis have gone down they are way thinner and dont even feel like real denim anymore.
I'm with you on that. The pair i got in feel so thin
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