How To Bleach Jeans In The Bath
Learning how to bleach jeans in the bath can save you a lot of money. Bleached jeans always make their way back in to wardrobes with designers all over the world sending bleached jeans down the runway. Now you will no longer have to shell out an extra $30 or more for those bleached jeans that you have been wanting; you can just bleach an old pair of jeans in your bath. Here are a few steps that will help you to bleach jeans in your bath.
To bleach jeans in the bath, you will need:
- rubber gloves
- drying rack
- Make the bleach bath. Fill your bath 1/2 full with warm water. Now add 4 cups of bleach to the bath. The amount of bleach you add may vary depending on the size of your bath. Four cups should be enough to bleach your jeans. use a towel to properly mix the bleach with the water. This will help to ensure that you have a strong bleach mixture.
- Put the jeans in the bath. Before coming in contact with the bleach put on your gloves and place the jeans into the bath. Make sure that all of the material is completely submerged in the bleach bath. You may need to hold it down with your hands, but avoid coming in direct contact with the solution. Let the jeans stay there for at least 5 minutes. Before you remove your jeans from the bath make sure that all of the crevices of your jeans have been exposed to the solution. The last thing you want to have are a pair of jeans that have not been properly bleached.
- Let it dry. Place towels underneath your drying rack and place your bleached jeans on the rack. Let it hang there for at least 24 hours so that you can be certain that they are fully dry. Do not move your jeans until they are completely dry. Place your jeans in a washer to help remove the stiffness that comes along with air drying a pair of jeans.
Now that you know how to bleach jeans in a bath you can compare your homemade bleach jeans to the store's and see if you are satisfied.