Dry Cleaning at Home Made Easy with Dryel
On Redhead Mom, we’re talking about dry cleaning at home in your own dryer as part of a sponsored post with Dryel.
If you’ve ever taken your clothes to the dry cleaners, you understand how expensive that service can be!
How would you feel if I told you that your clothes could be dry cleaned at home…in your dryer?? I know that I personally was excited to learn that I could dry clean my clothes at home at an affordable price! Dryel makes it possible…and easy. Thanks to the team at Dryel, we received a Starter Kit and Refill Kit.
Dryel At-Home Dry Cleaner Starter Kit
This starter kit is great because it includes a Stain Pen, Odor & Wrinkle Releaser and a Patented Bag + 4 Cleaning Cloths. The key to at-home dry cleaning is STEAM: a powerful, yet gentle way to remove bacteria and odors from clothes. With Dryel, you don’t have the harsh chemicals of dry cleaning and there is also no rough agitation of wet washing. Dryel’s exclusive patented fabric protection bag harnesses steam released from the cleaning cloth to clean clothes, protect colors, and restore shape. Without the bag, you’re not really cleaning at all!
3 Easy Steps
1 – PRE-TREAT
- Remove small stains with the Stain Pen.
- Use the Stain Pen at home or on the go.
- Spray high odor areas with the Odor & Wrinkle Releaser.
2 – CLEAN
- Add 1-5 garments and 1 Dryer Activated Cleaning Cloth to the reusable Fabric Protection Bag.
- Tumble in dryer on MEDIUM HEAT for 15 to 30 minutes.
- The Dryer Activated Cleaning Cloth and patented Fabric Protection Bag work together to steam clean clothes.
3 – ADMIRE & WEAR
- Promptly hang garments to help wrinkles fall out.
- If some wrinkles remain, spray with the Odor & Wrinkle Releaser and smooth wrinkles away.
- Your clean and fresh clothes are ready to wear!
What can you dry clean at home?
DRY CLEAN ONLY
- Jackets / Blazers
- Dark Jeans
HARD TO CLEAN
- Curtains / Drapes
- Small Blankets
- Stuffed Animals
Dryel is a great way to do your dry cleaning at home. Not only is it affordable and easy, but you can do it in the privacy of your own home without someone else handling your clothes.
Have you ever used Dryel? What do you dry clean at home?