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Personally Distressed Jeans
Bleaching is an option if your jeans were the victim of an accidental stain or you want a really dramatic color change. However, bleaching can weaken the fibers. Fuhr, who has spent her entire career working with denim, said there is a good way to bleach all the color out of jeans. Put them in a sink or bucket, then fill the bucket with one part bleach to two parts water. Rinse the jeans in cold water, removing as much bleach as possible. Finally, put them in the washing machine with ¼ cup of hydrogen peroxide and run a rinse cycle. The dry jeans can be worn as is, or dyed any color you want.
However, some people may want to distress just parts of their old jeans. While it creates a new look, it is a risk for two reasons: it will cause a permanent change in the appearance, and not all jeans are fit for that process.
“Be careful which jeans you distress,” Turner said. “Trousers are more appropriate for the office, so you don’t want to distress those. But if you have a tighter pair of jeans or skinny jeans, those are perfect for distressing.”
Which areas should you distress? The pros agree you should concentrate on areas where jeans normally show wear: the thighs, pockets, waistband and hems.
“Remember that with distressing you’re making the fabric thinner, so the jeans are more likely to wear out in those spots,” Turner said. “If you rip the thigh, you can still wear them, but if you rip the behind, you’ll have to toss them out.”
There are tons of DIY videos that show how to distress jeans with cheese graters, sandpaper and even hand-held sanders. Unless you want to end up with a holey mess, stay within a few guidelines for DIY distressing done right. Fuhr said fashionable jeans are distressed in the factory with a grinding tool. You need rigid, unwashed jeans for the sanding action to result in any real color loss, and the jeans probably need to be new.
“If you sand an old jean, you’re just going to make a hole in it,” she said.
Fuhr suggested putting on the jeans, then massaging sandpaper at the points of distress. The knee area, the whiskers at the bend between the torso and the leg, and the seat are the most likely places. Then it’s time to use an actual drill to create what she called “little points” of abrasion in the bottom hem and the pocket openings.
“Then you wear them, wear them, wear them and take them to a dry cleaner,” she said. “They’ll be the most beautiful jeans you’ve ever seen.”
Read more: The Life of Denim: Can Old Jeans Be New Again? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/feature_10051366_life-denim-can-old-jeans-new-again.html#ixzz1Z6nM43Jv
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