El Centro, California (NAPSI) - You can save time, trouble and money and still keep your clothes fresh looking. That’s because you can now clean and refresh them between dry cleanings at home.
Your most-loved, special-care garments can be ready to wear in 20 minutes with Woolite At-Home Dry Cleaner. It’s a special cloth you put in the dryer that can gently clean and deodorize most fabrics—including acetate, cashmere, cotton, linen, ramie, wool, silk and rayon—with no shrinking, stretching or fading.
Use it to refresh blouses, sweaters, pants, jeans, skirts, dresses, school uniforms, coats, ties, scarves and small household items such as throw blankets and pillows. It can even relax wrinkles (on your clothes) and you can use it to remove certain stains by blotting the spot with the cloth before putting it in the dryer.
What’s more, there’s no bag required as with some laundry products. The cloth was specifically designed with advanced cleaning technology to eliminate the hassle of the bag. No required bag means dirt and lint are allowed to collect in your dryer’s lint filter instead of redistributing onto your clothes. It’s safe to use in all dryers; electric, gas and high-efficiency (HE) dryers.
How It Works
A patented dryer-activated cleaning cloth produces a safe, nontoxic cleaning vapor that gently penetrates clothing for a down-to-the-fiber clean. It’s environmentally safe and nontoxic because it does not contain perchloroethylene (perc) or trichloroethylene.
For Best Results
• Do not overfill the dryer. You should be able to see at least half of your dryer drum.
• Remember, dryers may vary in temperature.
• Garments should be soft to the touch when you take them out. If they’re too dry or too warm, reduce the time by five minutes the next time you use the refresher sheet. If the cloth or clothes are still noticeably damp, increase the time by five minutes the next time.
Where To Find It
It’s available in fresh scent or fragrance free at many fine retailers including Walmart.
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