Finding the perfect pair of jeans is one of life’s great ventures! Ok, not really, but it is difficult to do.
When you have a pair that fit just right and are the ideal color, you don’t want them to fade or lose their shape when you wash them. So you wear them a few times between washes and try not to think about how dirty they actually are.
However, at some point you’ve got to wash them, right? Well, not according to some denim lovers. They suggest FREEZING your jeans can kill the bacteria and help preserve the shape of them too. But does it really work? Here’s what DSTLD’s design director, Paul Roughley says.
"If your jeans aren't raw denim (unwashed) then there's no reason to not give them a warm wash after a few wears,” he explains. “To preserve the color, turn them inside out and wash on cold with a gentle detergent."
One issue, freezer space.