Denim lovers 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. You can also spray them with some Febreze and hang them on a clothesline outdoors if you're inclined to be a little unorthodox about jean care."
So there you have it. You don’t have to launder those jeans, but you can without worry. We just wish finding the perfect pair was as easy as caring for them.