How To Iron Jeans
Jeans don't necessarily have to be ironed. But if you do iron jeans, it's always best to follow the rules on how to iron them and you will have a good looking creaseless pair of jeans.
I'm Rudy and I work for Sonofastag. Sonofastag works for different denim of jeans, pants around the world as consultants and has a store in London. We're going to show you how to look after your jeans and get the best from them.
I'm going to show you how to iron jeans. Just two, three rules. Everyone knows how to iron but one or two things that you need to bear in mind about ironing jeans.
First of all, I don't think jeans need ironing but in case you want to have that sort of creaseless feel to a pair of jeans, you don't want to have perhaps glaze on it. So, what you need to do is to make sure the jeans is turned inside out. Then after that, you should have soft cloth and then iron on top of that.
The other two, three things where you could go wrong is that perhaps when you're ironing a pair of jeans, it's best not to do any crease lines into the jean. So basically, you'd iron from the middle of the jean, you rotate that and then you'd actually get to a point where you'd actually iron the jean again there without actually going on to the seam because if you iron on the seam, the inside of the fabric will leave a mark on the other leg. So basically, try and avoid any creasings on the jean.
Use a piece of fabric in between the iron and the jean, iron it inside out. When you iron this area, where the pockets are, perhaps iron the pockets separately and then you can use a steamer to actually lift the jean and just gently iron over it, away from the ironing board. That is how you iron a pair of jeans. .