By Carma Weisbrook
Keep Kimball Beautiful 

Yes, you can even recycle blue jeans

 


Blue Jeans. Neil Diamond sang about them in 1979. All have worn them. Once banned from schools, jeans are now a wardrobe staple.

But what happens to old jeans? Hand me downs, maybe. Give them to someone who can use them, good idea. Some retail stores will offer a discount on new jeans if old jeans are brought to the store in exchange. Find a crafty person who will use the denim for new projects.

For example, potholders, aprons, and even quilts can be created using old jeans. Store them for a future garage sale. Another option is to recycle them. Recycle them? Jeans?

Yes, there is...



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