How to Stretch Tight Jeans: One of the worst mistakes that women make is holding onto their jeans while they try to stretch them. The key here is holding onto the jeans in the first place, and not the fabric. One way to stretch a tight jeans is to use a pair of strong scissors to cut off about an inch or so from the bottom of the jean, and then hold it against your leg with your feet on top of the scissors. Then you simply take the scissors and cut away the excess fabric on the other side. This works quite well, but it is kind of embarrassing to have people staring at you while doing this.

How to Stretch Tight Jeans the Natural Way: So you know how to stretch tight jeans the natural way, now it is time to get down to the business of actually following through with your plan. Before you do anything else, make sure you have a large shower nearby, preferably one that has both hot and cold water. Using cold water is important because cold water will relax your skin and help the chemicals in your shampoo and washcloths work more quickly. Hot water is better for the purpose of drying you out, because it increases blood flow. In addition, it opens your pores.

First, get yourself a pair of cotton stretch tight jeans. If you have a mannequin that you want to model for this exercise, make sure it is a good fit. Fit the jeans to your body, not your partner’s, and be sure you can see your reflection in the jean. If you are going to try this with a mannequin that is of a different size, consider yourself lucky, or wear a smaller pair! Remember that you will be in a bathing suit and possibly stinking wet, so take your time and enjoy the experience.

Now that you have the jean and the perfect fitting slip on, you need to prepare the materials. Using a wash cloth that is damp but not soaking wet, begin to roll up the pair of pants. Using the damp wash cloth roll the fabric tightly against your body, making sure it doesn’t go around. If you have an elastic band that goes around your waist, pull it tight, and continue to move it around the inside of your jeans. Be sure and pay close attention to the material being pulled through as it may be too stretchy or it could be too thin.

When the cloth gets to the edges, use a clean and damp towel to press it firmly against the material and roll the cloth out to the edges, making sure it is always pressed firmly. This ensures that the jean fits tighter. Continue doing this until you are satisfied that the fabric is as taut as you want it to be.

Once you are happy with the tightness, you can try using soap and water. Be careful about washing the soap off your skin though as you don’t want any of it to get onto your fresh pair! To do this, dip the entire leg in the soap and water and then let it sit for 10 minutes. Then dip the other leg in the warm water and gently wring it out. The soap should loosen the material on your legs and make it much easier to stretch tight jeans.

Finally, if you want a total finish, put the pants on and take them off. You can now wipe off the excess fabric and enjoy your smooth finish. It may take a few times before you get it right, but if you practice patience and dedication, you will see a great result soon. Try wearing your new pants to see how comfortable they are and if they match your outfit really well, you can now try wearing them to work and to a night out.

If your pants don’t fit as well as you would like them to, it is possible that you are either too big a pocket or your waistband is stuck. Both of these problems can be easily fixed with the use of a pant size chart or some fabric stretching material. There is no reason why you cannot get your pants looking the way you want them to. All you need is a little guidance and some patience.