How to Clean Oil, Grass, and Bleach Stains from Jeans
There may be something to that old wives' tale about cleaning your jeans as little as possible. The truth of the matter is, jeans were invented to get dirty. Born at the height of the California Gold Rush, blue jeans originated as work wear for miners and ranch hands, so there's no harm in letting them get a little dirty (within reason, of course).
Although most contemporary jeans are designed to be tossed in the wash, these tips for how to clean jeans will help ensure that you get extra wear and tear from every last square inch of denim. The best way to wash jeans depends on the stain and the specific type of denim. Langston's handy jean cleaning guide will help you with cleaning raw denim and removing oil stains, grass stains and more from your trusty pair of blue jeans.