My teenage son has gotten into the preppy look. He likes to wear a Polo shirt with khakis and his Sperrys or with jeans and sneakers.
He recently received several Polo shirts at the beginning of the school year. Based on my normal laundry strategy, I wash them and would hang them on a hanger to dry.
MY NORMAL LAUNDRY ROUTINE:
After washing clothes, I only dry towels, linens, and pants.
I hang darks, shirts, and anything I don’t want to fade or shrink.
However, this routine results in a less than stellar presentation of his new Polo shirts. As you may also know, I don’t iron.
What was I going to do to ensure he looked his best without having to train him on laundry, iron his shirts, or take his shirts to the dry cleaner (as my husband suggested!)?
I mean, there’s a dry cleaner very close to my office. They offer great service. I drive through, they accept the items right out of my window and tell me that the items will be ready after 4 pm that day (as long as my order is in by 11 am).
But…the cost per shirt can range from $3-$8!
How to save money on dry cleaning
Dryel to the rescue. It’s only a fraction of the cost of dry cleaners
Dry cleaning at home is super easy with Dryel.
All you need is 15 minutes. 30 minutes max!
The heat of your dryer activates the Dryer Activated Cleaning Cloth to release cleaning agents that remove body soil and odors, so clothes come out smelling great!
The Fabric Protection Bag maintains the optimal amount of cleaning agents and heat needed to clean your special care clothes. It’s the key to steam cleaning!
Now, I just add the items needing to be “dry cleaned” to a Dryel bag and pop them in the dryer while loads are washing.
More ways to save money on dry cleaning:
Why You Should Use a Home Dry Cleaning Kit
Dry Cleaning At Home With Dryel