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  1. I usually just machine wash and machine rinse these days. Even still, that sometimes doesn't get all of the soap out, and I'm back at the tub rinsing them a few times. Tends to pool up at joined points (fly, coin pocket, etc.) Could be the castile soap I use, could be hard water, I dunno! I just rinse til the soap is all out.
  2. Back when I used to strictly hand-wash my jeans, I would notice they would occasionally get musty after not long, or if I didn't wear them for a while. Turns out, I just wasn't doing a good enough job rinsing out the soap. YMMV.
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    Samurai Jeans

    I wouldn't assume so, but at some point, Samurai started (randomly/per lot?) sewing their cuts with a raw waist measurement that matches the size e.g. that size 38 may have been 38" before shrinking, instead of shrinking to 38".
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    Skull Jeans by An Alchemist

    Had fun reading through the last 8 years (well, really just about 20 pages, but 8 years sounds cooler) of this thread last night. Finding a pair of 5010XX 6X6 for sale on clearance last year literally got me back into denim full-swing. Thank you Skull, thank you Analchemist, thank you Ppoduced by Fabfour. I only wore them for a few months, though, because I started going denim crazy again, buying new pairs. They've been hanging out ever since. Tried them on last night and just love the fit... above the knee. These are indeed "slim straight." My first pair back in 2007 or 2008 was 2 sizes smaller, so there wasn't any bagginess going on down the calf/leg opening (but alas, I am now in my 30's and have no business sizing down anymore.) Debating just storing them for good as a keepsake of my first Japanese denim, or coughing up some good cash to have them hemmed and tapered from the inseam...
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    Tanuki Japan

    I've been wearing a pair of Tanuki's red cast jeans for just a little over a year now. I bought mine raw, but crocking/blue hands was always pretty minimal -- I wouldn't call them fast faders.
  6. You can gently iron stuff like that out, just be sure to separate the denim from the iron with a cloth. As for them going away with wear, it depends on just how sharp the creases are. If they're more like "bends" then you're probably fine. If they're more akin to pleated pants, you might want to nip that in the bud. I've got a retired pair that picked up some creases when I had a denim blunder moment putting them through the dryer to presoak them with a bit too much gusto... those creases never went away.