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Friday, January 21, 2011

How to save on: Dry Cleaning

For some reason my favorite garments to wear seem to be those ones that are labeled DRY CLEANING ONLY. And though I love to wear them, I hate to have them dry cleaned as it gets quite expensive thus enters one of my favorite finds: DRYEL. This innovative system makes it possible to lightly dry clean at home. Now I am not saying it will have the same results as sending your suit to the cleaners to get starched and cleaned but it works quite well on those every day wear items. Honestly it is worth it alone for just the stain removing pen, which is one of the bests I have ever used.


And the website has $2 off coupons! Can't beat a coupon and not having to pay for dry cleaning!

http://dryel.com/get-free-coupons/?gclid=CML38MDKy6YCFUpJ2goddH8YIw


Where to buy:

-Drugstores

-Grocery Stores

-Target

-Wal-Mart

31 comments:

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  4. Great advice, thanks for sharing. I fee like a lot of my clothes need to be dried cleaned too. There are a few things that I'll take but I'll try this on the rest.

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  5. My husband wears a nice suit everyday to work and we dry clean them at least once every two weeks. You can probably imagine that it would get expensive, which it does. I need to figure out a way to save a bit of money while still going to the dry cleaner in Springfield, IL. Thank you for all of the helpful tips! http://www.peerlessrestoration.com/services/dry-cleaners/

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  7. Depending on how often you wear nicer clothes, the dry cleaning bill can get pretty high. I like to try and keep the clothes clean for as long as possible. The better you can maintain them, the less you have to take them to the dry cleaners.

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  8. I once held a job that required I wear a suit every day. I wore a suit daily for 2 straight years. I didn't want to have to pay for dry cleaning, but I'll admit that every time I retrieved my suit from the cleaners I was a little more glad to put it on. I think I'll use your method for other dry clean items though.

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  9. These are great tips for saving! As a college student, I'm always looking for more ways to save money. I'll have to try this next time I need something dry cleaned!
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  10. Great tips. My brother is getting a new suit that's going to need dry cleaning pretty regularly. This will save him a lot of money. He's going to need to find a dry cleaner nearby. Thiago | http://www.laundryservicewollongong.com.au/services

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  15. I feel like I am only attracted to the clothing that is dry clean only. Dry cleaning clothing gets really pricy after a while, so I have been looking for tips to save me money. I was unaware that there were ways to do dry cleaning at home, so I am going to have to try out dryel for my everyday clothing. Nora Santos| http://www.chriscleaners.com/Stain-Removal-from-Fabric-New-York-NY.html

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  16. Exactly how does the Dryel work? My husband works in a large corporate office and has to dress up every day. I have to take his suit into the dry cleaners weekly and they do a great job, but it would be nice to have an easy mid week clean up option.
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  18. My son is going to go away for school this upcoming summer. I pretty much take care of everything laundry wise for him now so he will definitely need some tips on how to take care of it for himself. I will make sure to help him find a place to take his laundry to in the area. http://www.carriagecleaners4u.com/dry-cleaning-laundry.html

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