Acid Wash Jeans
A bleaching process with stones that gives jeans high contrast fading, resulting in an uneven look with very dark and very light spots.
A chemical process used to lighten jeans, giving them an almost white hue.
The most common dye used to color denim, giving jeans their blue color.
Potassium permanganate solution is sprayed on a garment to brighten a sandblasted area.
The darkest hue of denim in which some of the dye is still in the jeans. Rinse jeans should be washed alone, as some of the dye will release in the first few washes.
Also called sulfur dyeing, this is the process for dyeing colored jeans, such as black, red and purple.