Spray some stain remover directly on the stain and let it soak in, then wash according to the washing instructions on the care label. If the stain is still there after washing, repeat the process. Don’t put the garment in the dryer until the stain is completely gone.
Denim garments should be washed as infrequently as possible to let them mold to your body, to make the fibers and dyes last longer, and to save natural resources. We recommend treating stains and airing garments instead.
Denim can be washed in the washing machine on a 30° gentle cycle, with a soft detergent, and with similar colors. Always wash your garments inside-out to preserve the color. Do not put your garments in the dryer – hang-dry them at room temperature.
Denim garments can be hung from a sturdy hanger. Jeans can be hung from the waistband on clip hangers, slipped through a bar hanger, or simply folded on a shelf. Raw-denim jeans may develop marks over time, so we suggest hanging them whenever possible.