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Jeans are very popular trousers Blue jeans, which are primarily made from cotton denim fabric, are part of most wardrobes today. Denim fabric was first woven in Nimes, France, and was introduced to the USA by Christopher Columbus. According to "A Dictionary of Textile Terms," this soft cloth was "first brought to America by Columbus...as the sails on the Santa Maria." The fabric, which was referred to as denim de Nimes, as well as Serge de Nimes, was generally used for heavier weight items, and later was introduced into the fashion industry.
•l Sort laundry, putting all the jeans in one pile. Put any new jeans or work jeans that could have excess dirt or oil on them in a separate pile to be washed alone
•l Wash new jeans, especially darker ones, alone the first few washes. The color can bleed at first and stain your other clothes. Turn darker-wash jeans inside out before washing them to help preserve the color
•l Check settings for the appropriate water level and temperature. Jeans do well with cold or warm water. You can wash them on hot, but you run the risk of shrinking them
•l Turn on the washer and add detergent to the running water