Saving Money on Dry Cleaning Cost with Dryel
Disclosure: I recieved complimentary product for this review. This is a sponsored post with Dryel.
Have you tried Dryel?
Do you have dry clean only items in your closet? I do, and my husband especially does. From wool sweaters to button down dress shirts to sports coats there are items that I just don’t feel confident putting in the wash. And, when we bought this house and researched washers and dryers we found a pair that actually steam clean items to mimic dry cleaning. I still don’t try it and the hanging to dry after trying a delicate wash or IRONING!? Eh.
Dry cleaning is easy right? You drop your items off and when you pick them up they are perfectly pressed and folded. The cost? It is not cheap. And, unless you are using a really reputable dry cleaners that cleans your items in house you are taking a huge risk! If the cleaner sends the items off site, what then? I am lucky to have found a cleaner here in my town that I love and they even have curbside pickup and drop-off! For a mom of three this is super convenient.
I’ve never tried Dryer before now. I’d seen the product on TV once or twice, but never taken the plunge and bought it to try. I was excited when they reached out to partner with me! It was the little push I needed to really see how Dryel works!
If you haven’t heard of or tried Dryel it is an at home dry-cleaning kit. This kit is a fraction of the cost of sending your clothes out to be cleaned ($9.99). Once you purchase the kit, you are on your way to easy at-home dry-cleaning. You can clean jeans, sweaters, and all those special fabrics that you might feel worried about shrinking or tearing or becoming misshaped.
Your Dryel starter kit includes the patented Dryel Fabric Care Bag and four cleaning cloths to clean up to 20 items. Each Dryel starter kit will also include both a Dryel Stain Pen and a bottle of the brand’s signature Odor and Wrinkle Releaser. The Stain Pen is designed to safely and effectively eliminate stains from even the most delicate fabric. The Odor and Wrinkle Releaser can be used alongside the cleaning cloths for complete fabric care or can be used on its own for quick touch-ups, in-between cleanings. The Dryel refill kit includes eight cloths and can clean up to 40 items ($9.99).
Doesn’t it seem to good to be true?! Your items never go into the washer. Dryel uses your dryer to create steam to activate the bag you put your item inside.
- The heat of your dryer activates the cleaning solution in the ULTRAcleaning Cloth™ to release a steam that removes body soils and odors from the clothes.
- The Fabric Protection Bag maintains the optimal balance of cleaning agents and heat, allowing the steam to work thoroughly through the clothes, and then slowly vents the vapors out of the bag and dryer.
- Dryel Booster Spray includes extra cleaning agents to remove stains, and add freshness to heavily soiled areas prior to putting the garments through the in-dryer system.
So far I’ve used Dryel to clean a delicate wool sweater. The results were amazing! The sweater came out refreshed and just as clean as if I had paid to have it sent out. I think next will be our winter coats. They get put through the ringer during the winter here so a refreshing and deodorizing is next! You can imagine what the cost is to send those out! I like to clean them before I store them all summer. That way when the cold settles in quick the coats are ready to go!
What would you clean with Dryel?