How many Denim Washes are there?
the term “wash” and “pre-wash” mean the same thing, which is to wash the fabric before selling it on the market. Some of the most basic types are: • Rinse wash: It is a fundamental wash to stop the
indigo dye running or “bleeding.” • Mid wash: It’s a longer process that creates the
most common denim blue tone. • Light wash: It’s an even longer process that
creates a lighter blue hue and softer texture. • Bleach wash: The washing process uses some
bleaching agent to achieve faded-looking jeans. • Acid wash: Using pumice stones in chlorine to
create contrast on the fabric.