By Marita from Shkoder, Albania
"Dryel" is the product I am familiar with. I think it is a "Procter and Gamble" product. Visit the web site www.dryel.com for more information. It has worked well for me in simply refreshing lightly worn clothing items, and for that purpose is less expensive than taking items to a dry cleaners. I've never tried it with serious dirt or stains, though, so can't vouch for how well it works for that purpose. Good Luck.
You can buy dry cleaning kits. I don't know how much they cost, or how well they work. I think they are called something like Dry-all.
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