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Holes in jeans

Question Posted Friday June 17 2005, 2:42 am

Hey i love my jeans with holes in them and i have a couple pair of jeans without holes in them. i was wondering how i could put holes in them so it looked natural not like i just took scissors and just cut a hole in them. thank you! xoxo_*

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ElmoSr answered Thursday February 5 2009, 10:51 am:
this is way after the fact three years to be exact from when first posted---but the way i get my jeans to have holes and make them look natural is to buy them new and wear them to work for a year,,,the holes and tears will be natural and look that way---i have several pair in mens sizes and my wife has a couple pair for sale.

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xxlindz00 answered Saturday July 9 2005, 7:24 pm:
a good quality nail filer always and my friends do it all the time

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askmex3 answered Friday July 1 2005, 2:25 pm:
Try rubbing down the area with a nail filler. It works pretty good and looks much more natural then cutting up the jeans with sissors.

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iSLAND_x_KiiSS answered Monday June 27 2005, 1:44 pm:
Put on the jeans, and make a tiny mark with a pen around where you want the hole(s) to be. Then take them off and rub sandpaper (hard) on the area where the pen mark is. Keep doing this until you get a good sized hole, then pull a few strings to make it look more worn. Put them in the wash. Hope I helped =)

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chikinlittle answered Saturday June 18 2005, 4:54 pm:
use a cheese grater.

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henderson09 answered Friday June 17 2005, 8:00 pm:
if you have carpet in your house, try walking around on your knees for a while, it will slowly fade them and cause them to tear. or you can just bring them outside and on the concrete rub them against it and it will rip a lot faster.

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xxBrOkEnxx answered Friday June 17 2005, 3:19 pm:
i would cut a tiny hole and then rip holes in it

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x0xbabygrl answered Friday June 17 2005, 11:18 am:
wat you could do is maybe put a flame to them MAYBE that may get dangourus, have someone woo knows wat there doing. you could also maybe sort of stab it with the sissor and then start to rip it with your hands afater theres a little hole.

xoxox hope i helped

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luv2swim109 answered Friday June 17 2005, 10:49 am:
try using sandpaper where you want the wholes. it will give it a natural look.


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TheHeadHonchoPoncho57 answered Friday June 17 2005, 10:36 am:
cut your pants, then pull out the thread so it looks frayed. :)

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needadvice answered Friday June 17 2005, 9:14 am:
well what i do to give my jeans a natural look is by taking my jeans and rubbing them against something it give the worn out looks or you could just buy them looking holed natuyrally try going to the mall or kohls

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MHScutie87 answered Friday June 17 2005, 9:11 am:
put the jeans on. and where ever you want a hole take sand paper and rub hard in those areas. or if you know the exact places then you can just rub sand paper without the jeans on. then wash them twice and you'll start to see those thread things that make them look natural.

hope i helped-:)

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sweetcorn answered Friday June 17 2005, 7:12 am:
cut a small hole with scissors and gently rip the whole that should do it

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poa answered Friday June 17 2005, 3:30 am:
Hmm... Walk back to 1990. They occured naturally all over there.

I blame Ted Kacyznski

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Draak answered Friday June 17 2005, 3:04 am:
Instead of cutting them, make a small hole with the scissors where you want the rip to be and then rip it the rest of the way with your hands. It will be hard to do if they are fairly new jeans but the result is worth it. Afterwards wash the jeans a couple of times to get a frayed look.

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