How To Wash Your Jeans – All American Clothing Co.

A pair of All American Jeans will last you a very long time but if you want yours to last longer, remain shrinkage free, and even keep other clothes from being damaged in the wash, please follow…

  ‘The Method’

All American Jeans - How to wash

First, be sure to read the label in your All American jeans.

  1. Read the care label inside your All American jean.
  2. Empty the pockets.
  3. Turn your jeans inside out.
  4. Set the washing cycle to delicate.
  5. Only load All American Jeans with other jeans in the washer. Make sure the load setting is on heavy.
  6. As our tag reads, ‘machine wash warm with like colors.’ You can also wash with cold water. Do not use hot water.
  7. If you like softer USA made jeans, add fabric softener during the rinse cycle.
  8. Remove your jeans right after the washing cycle is complete.
  9. Turn the jeans right side out and proceed to dry them.
  10. You can dry your jeans in a number of ways:
    1. Hang them on a clothes line or rack to air dry. If you are indoors, lay some towels down to catch the dripping water.
    2. You can put your All American jeans in the dryer. Be sure to turn the dryer on the lowest temperature setting. NOTE: Jeans that are air dried are less likely to shrink and fade than jeans in a dryer.
    3. After drying, hang your jeans instead of folding to avoid wrinkles and creases.

WARNING:

  • Hot water and jeans do not mix.
  • Hot dryers and jeans do not mix.
  • Other USA made clothing items and jeans do not mix. They turn blue.
  • Light blue jeans and dark blue jeans do not mix.
  • Never try to shrink your jeans on your own. They will shrink unevenly. Contact us and we will have the sizing altered.
  • Black jeans shrink more than blue jeans. Keep warm temperatures and time cycles lower than usual when washing and drying.

If you have any questions about washing and drying your All American Jeans, please feel free to contact our customer service department by phone or email.

Logan

All American Clothing Co.

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The All American Clothing Co. WOW! Program.

The primary goal of the WOW! Program is to provide an ‘extra comfort’ to customers who are not familiar with online shopping.

The WOW! Program consists of 4 steps:

1.) Free Returns and Exchanges: Online shoppers at the USA made clothing company`s website may order the wrong size, find the sizing on the clothing company`s website to be wrong, or may receive the wrong items upon shipping and arrival. It`s nobody`s fault. The WOW! Program`s free return and exchange policy allows the shopper to exchange and correct a problem if needed. Knowing that a free fix is available will allow the consumer to shop more comfortably.

2.) Sizing Chart: It is very important for the All American Clothing Co. to provide a sizing chart. TheirUSA made clothing items will always fit differently on all body types. The WOW! Program`s sizing chart will allow shoppers to match up a particular item with their specific body type.

3.) World Class Customer Service: Having a real person available at any time can provide a quick fix to any help an online shopper may need. Today, the All American Clothing Co. provides this service through the telephone, email, and even social media websites. Adding a personal touch to the shopper`s experience is a great way for the American made clothingcompany to provide extra comfort and get to know their customers.

4.) Free Shipping and Rewards: The All American Clothing Co. offers free shipping on orders of $99 or more. They also offer a rewards program for their shoppers online.

These are just a few ways that the All American Clothing Co. makes an effort to make customers comfortable when shopping online. The American made clothing company also goes a step further with its ‘Tell Us Your Story’ section on their website. Shoppers can really connect with the All American Clothing Co. in sharing their photos and comments within this section. For more infortmation on the All American Clothing Co. and its WOW! Program, visithttp://www.allamericanclothing.com or check them out on facebook.

Logan

All American Clothing Co.

The Importance Of American Manufacturing – Joe The Plumber

Joe the Plumber

Joe the Plumber

This Week On The Importance Of American Manufacturing:

Meet Samuel Wurzelbacher, also known as ‘Joe the Plumber.’ He is an Ohio native who is well known for the national attention he received during the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election. More importantly Joe is a U.S. Air Force Veteran who passionately supports the health and well-being of his fellow Veterans as VP of the non-profit program entitled Alaska`s Healing Hearts.

Q: Please tell us a little about yourself. 

A: I lead a very active life most of it Outdoors. Hunting, Fishing, Chopping Wood, playing or coaching sports. To feel good about myself, I have to accomplish something each day, from my wife’s honey-do list, to helping small businesses be successful here in America. 

Q: Why is American manufacturing important to you?

A: I like seeing my neighbors happy and people around me succeed. For our country to remain strong, I believe American Manufacturing is key to our success.

Joe The Plumber

Joe`s conversation with President Obama

                       

Q. Where did your passion for American manufacturing begin?

A: My Passion for American Manufacturing comes from being a die-hard patriot. I love buying “American Made” it makes me feel proud! I go out of my way, and sometimes go without to support American Made. American Manufacturing is what will keep America great!

Q: In what ways have you expressed that passion throughout your life?

A: As I stated before, I will go out of my way to buy American Made. I will spend the extra money. I speak at businesses, and write article about how our tax system is really hurting American Manufacturing/Small Business. I further express how both parties really aren’t working on our behalf and encourage them to step up and voice their concerns and elect people that will work for us and in turn work toward a better system for American manufacturing and small business.

Q: What is your favorite quote?

A: Spread my work ethic, not my wealth!

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Join us next week  for another segment of ‘The Importance of American Manufacturing.’

If you, or someone you know, would be interested in sharing your thoughts on anything American Made, please send inquiries to Logan Beam at [email protected]

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Brought to you by the folks at the All American Clothing Co.

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