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AIBU to expect a pair of jeans...

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spydie Mon 25-Apr-16 19:09:26

....to not stain everything that they come into bl**dy contact with!?

Said jeans are from Reiss, and at £90 I don't expect them to stain everything else I own blue, including my baby when I sit her on my lap, or my pants!?

Chocoholicmonster Mon 25-Apr-16 20:30:19

I buy cheap Asda own jeans at £14 a pair blush but, dont ever have that problem. Just have to be careful the first couple washes. Have you tried washing them a couple times before use?

jesterkat Mon 25-Apr-16 20:42:57

Wash them with dylon salt, you can get it from wilkos and the like, it should fix the dye in the jeans.

spydie Mon 25-Apr-16 20:51:49

Ha my H&M jeans have never done this, nor my tesco pair!!!

Washed twice and still doing it grr. jesterkat thanks, will try that, although no chance of it ruining them, is there? I do like them (hence not taking them back) lol!

Chocoholicmonster Mon 25-Apr-16 21:10:49

I hope what Jesterkat suggested works & you can enjoy your purchase without being transformed into an extra from Avatar x

YelloRoses Mon 25-Apr-16 22:28:32

Guess jeans do that as well and armani, maybe they want to colour to stay or something? either way very annoying, stops after a couple washes

redpriestandmozart Mon 25-Apr-16 22:39:22

I once got an emergency appointment with my Dr because my hands had gone blue I thought I had a circulation problem. When I frantically arrived at the surgery expecting to be sent to hospital in a heart ambulance, I went for a pee, washed my hands and realised it was my new jeans! It wasn't one of my finer moments.

SistersOfPercy Mon 25-Apr-16 22:51:26

Ooh jester I need to try this! I love primark skinnies. I don't love looking like a fucking smurf from the waist down.

Whilst on the subject of Jean issues, anyone found a way to rid black jeans of the awful dye smell? I've tried so many things I've read and nothing seems to work.

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