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I have never taken anything to the dry cleaners since they came out with Dryel. It is simple and easy to use and works wonderfully. If you have a stain normally Dawn dish detergent will take it out and then use the Dryel in the dryer as it suggests on the package.It is cheaper than taking clothes to the dry cleaner and your clothes come out smelling fresh and clean.We have also used it on wedding attire. Saves you a load of money that you probably can use somewhere else in your budget.
How do I remove underarm odor on a black, dry clean only, suit?
Does anyone know of an at-home method of cleaning men's dress suits? I remember reading books that mentioned "sponging" and other ways to clean wool suits prior to dry cleaning, but I don't know the procedures with today's fabrics.
I am looking for an inexpensive cleaner. I have over 15 suits that I want cleaned so I can donate them to Dress for Success. Do you know of an inexpensive cleaner near Huntington?
For clothes that are to be dry cleaned, pin a note to stains to alert the cleaner. It will help if you can specify the source of the stain.
MY husband's shirts used to come back from the cleaners with a foul underarm odor, then I read a tip somewhere about spraying underarms of shirts with vinegar water before washing.
I had a bright white, dry clean only, dress dry cleaned. It is now off-white. The dry cleaners would not claim any responsibility or help with the dress.
Uderarm Odor On Dry Clean Only Clothes. I have a very expensive, dry clean only suit that has underarm odor. I took it to the cleaners but the odor is still there.
My Husband wears dress shirts quite regularly throughout the week, and I always take them to the dry cleaners. but the dry cleaner hasn't been able to get out the ring around the collar. Should I expect him to? Is he not doing what is expected of him?
Here's something I just learned, if you have plastic that has like an onion smell or something, wad up newspaper and put it into the container. Then close it up for a day and the smell will be gone. Also newspaper is the best way to clean windows and mirrors, streak free.
It is costly to ruin an expensive piece of clothing by cleaning it improperly. If you have tried to remove a spot before taking the garment to a dry cleaner, make sure you let the cleaners know what you have already tried.
Dear ThriftyFun, <P>I have a ton of clothing that requires dry cleaning. Do you or your readers know of any ways to save on dry cleaning? <P>Thanks, <br>Samantha.