I know. Sounds crazy. But you guys, I am completely sold on this quick and easy alternative to “washing” your pants.
Maybe you’ve got some “nice” ripped jeans, and you don’t want the holes to get bigger. Or maybe you’ve got some wax-coated pants that you don’t want to fade.
I have these amazing Rag & Bone wax-coated pants (a much more affordable alternative to leather, my friends). And unfortunately I know from past experience with a previous pair that the washing wachine will cause a slow and painful “pants death” by stripping them of the wax and leaving behind a weird, splotchy, residuey-lookin’ stuff. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
So, unless you spill something (i.e. guac. somehow it’s always guac…), you can reap all the benefits of washing your pants while protecting and preserving them.
How to “wash” your pants in the freezer:
1. fold your pants
Come morning, any odor will be gone, elasticity restored, and your pants will be ready to go for your next hot date. (Just make sure you let them “thaw” before putting them on – brr! leg freeze!)
Next time it just might be your pants you find in the freezer!