How do You Set Dye in Blue Jeans?


Blue jeans can have their dye set by adding warm salt water during the wash cycle. Putting in vinegar is another option if you decide against using salt water.
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1. Place your jeans or denim garment in a bucket. Pour 3 cups white vinegar, or more if needed, over the garment. Soak the jeans for 15 minutes to prevent the denim dye from bleeding
Dissolve about a cup of table salt in about a quart of warm water, then add it to your washing machine while it's filling. Once it starts agitating and mixes in good add the blue
The best way to wash jeans while minimizing loss of dye: Turn your jeans inside out Soak your jeans in very cold water with Woolite Black and let them sit in the water while the dirt
Because your jeans have been double-dyed to get that dark blue color. They need to be washed several times and then the dye will stop bleeding out onto your shoes.
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You can set dye in blue jeans by washing them alone in cold water and regular detergent. Dry them in your dryer on medium heat as high heat will shrink them a bit.
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