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Special-care clothing, particularly pieces with a “dry-clean only” label, can be a pain to take care of. Trips to the dry cleaner can be inconvenient and expensive.
To extend the life of my special care clothing, I use the Dryel at-home dry-cleaning kit ($9.99).
It’s an affordable way to keep your special-care garments in great condition and it couldn’t be easier to use. Plus, it has saved me tons of money and trips to the dry cleaner over the years.
While the kit works wonders on denim, wool, and cashmere, it’s worth noting that it can be damaging to certain fabrics like leather, velvet, and silk.
Is it just me or does anyone else’s heart drop a bit when you find an amazing clothing item just to inspect it and find “dry-clean only” inscribed on the tag?
Let’s face it: dry cleaning is kind of a pain. Living in New York City, where a laundromat sits on just about every …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Life