My day job is a business office environment so i like to try and buy business casual clothes. I love Salvation Army store for bargain shopping and you’d be amazed i think like i was the amount of name brand clothes you’ll find (even with price tags still on them!) there. I mainly go when they have 50% off days of every tag in the store so you can walk away from that store buying pieces for a couple bucks each….but i digress.
With those name brands, sometimes i pick up items that are dry clean only which i hated the thought of having to deal with until i decided to look up one day an inexpensive ‘at home’ solution for dry cleaning my clothes. Based on some Amazon reviews, i purchased the Dryel at home dry cleaner to give it a go.
I’ll have to say I was impressed with how easy it was and the scent was very clean smelling which of course is a main selling point for me.
I pushed the limit some times on the amount of clothes i put in with one cleaning cloth at a time, and increased the amount of time in the dryer to a few more minutes and the 2nd box of these is now on my way to me this week.
For less than $10 dollars a box for 6 cleaning cloths (4 pieces per cloth but i put in 6 if it wasn’t large pieces like a coat) and I was happy with the results.
I needed these for cleaning this recent purchase I made of a wool blazer from Loft that was dry clean only from a local consignment shop that had a $3 day. I’ll post a haul from this soon to show you what else i found.
Have you had your own experience with this brand of dry cleaning cloths? Leave a like or a comment and let me know what you thought.