Every single wear for everyone in this house even if they have only been worn for a short time.
Living in the tropics I can't imagine anyone not washing them after every use.
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21-05-2014 13:17 #21
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21-05-2014 13:21 #22
I love jeans. One of my favourite clothing items. Since I have a few and rotate through them it can be 1-2 weeks between washes for them.
If a pair I'm wearing get dirty (gardening or helping df with a car) they get washed in the next load though.
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21-05-2014 13:27 #23Senior Member
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Mine get washed after every wear, unless I've only worn them for a couple of hours.
21-05-2014 13:33 #24Senior Member
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Umm.. When I remember to or when DD has decided they need to be washed and lets me know in a very thorough way.
And people say babies can't communicate!
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21-05-2014 13:34 #25Senior Member
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I was them after every wear unless they have only been worn for a really short while. I had no idea they were to be treated different to any other article of clothing! Months without washing... That's so weird and kinda grosses me out. Also my jeans get loose by the end of the day so I need to wash them to shrink them back.
21-05-2014 14:19 #26
I used to wash them every 1-2 wears until I read how you're not meant to wash denim often.... So now only when they are really filthy. I spot clean them with baby wipes to wipe the food that ends up being put on them by my grubby dd's hands.
21-05-2014 14:48 #27
Hardly ever because I'm always wearing them and usually have them on when I do the washing and not till later think oh cr@p I forgot. If I spilt something then they go in but just normal wear nah not often.
21-05-2014 14:55 #28
Every few wears or if they become noticeably dirty or start to get loose/saggy bum
21-05-2014 15:02 #29
I wear mine most days in the week so I generally only wash them if they look grubby or are too loose to wear.
21-05-2014 15:02 #30
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