Dryel -No More Dry Cleaning For Us


Back in March I talked about Dryel and my husband's work shirts.  We have been using Dryel once a month on my husband's suits and every week on his shirts and pants. At first he was nervous about it and had some concerns.

Would the suits come out okay?
Would the seams start fraying?
Would it get the smell out of the arm pit area?
Would it get the stains out?
Could we actually save money by not going to the dry cleaner?

The answer to all  his questions was YES! Yes, it did and yes we do.  In fact we save more than we originally thought.


If you have not used Dryel yet I want to let you know a few things:

Go through all the pockets of your clothes before you put them in the bag.
Use the stain pen on any stains.
Spray your items with the odor, wrinkle release spray. I always spray the arm pits on the inside and outside of the shirt and jacket as well as the neck area. His cologne area. A little goes a long way so you don't need much.
Put the items in a bag. I do small loads. Either 2 suit jacks or 4 pairs of pants or 4 shirts at a time. I feel like the items smell better when they come out.
Place a Dryel Cloth in the bag
Zip the bag and place in the dryer on medium for 15-30 minutes.

As soon as I hear the buzzer of the dryer telling me it is done I remove the bag and hang up the clothes.

It is so easy and very reasonably priced.


Disclaimer: I received complimentary products for my honest opinion 

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