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Substitute for Dryel Spray Starch Alternative?

I've noticed that all my local stores have stopped selling Dryel Spray Starch Alternative. I tried to find it on their website and it's not even listed for purchase.

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Can anyone tell me an alternative to use, to iron my work clothing with? I liked this product, because it held the press longer and gave the fabric "body" without being stiff. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

By Karen from OH

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December 31, 20090 found this helpful

I don't iron much, but I think there are products called "spray sizing". Read the label since the cans look just like spray starch. The sizing gives the fabric "body" and doesn't leave a residue. You might have to look in several stores. HTH

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February 29, 20200 found this helpful

All the spray sizing is not the same. I loved Dryel but I can no longer find it. I don't know why they stopped selling it because it was great.

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It didn't flake and it looked wonderful when you were done. The flaking is what it a pain with the others and they don't hold like the dryel.

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