Dryel for their dry clean only clothing. It's easy, economical, time-saving, and it doesn't shrink or fade clothing. My husband loves using it for his suit jackets and blazers. I love using it for a few silk blouses, sweaters, and my embellished items. I have shrunken one too many sweaters by trying to wash them on the gentle cycle, I only will use Dryel now! For around $9.99 for a starter kit, you receive a reusable fabric bag (reusable for up to 30 loads), 4 cleansing cloths, and a booster spray. The booster spray has worked really well on stains I have used it on in the past. I love it! One cleansing cloth can work on up to 5 garments making it all very economical. The process is incredibly easy. Here is my step by step process:
1. Examine your items and treat them if necessary. Pretreat any stains with the booster spray. Dryel also makes a stain pen that is safe to use on dry clean only garments. I keep one in my purse and my desk so I can immediately treat stains. Once you've pretreated the stains and soiled garments with the booster spray and Dryel stain pen, put up to 5 garments in the Dryel fabric bag with a cleansing cloth.
2. Place the fabric bag into the dryer for 15 minutes to refresh or 30 minutes to deep clean the items. Personally I always like 30 minutes for that deeper clean. If I am using a cleansing cloth and setting the dryer, 30 minutes isn't that long so I want my garments as clean as possible!
3. Once the dryer is done, pull your garments from the bag and hand immediately to help alleviate any wrinkles that may have occurred while in the fabric bag. And that's it! Enjoy your clean, dry clean only clothing!