Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Dryel. All opinions are my own.
Hi friends! If you’ve been following along on my social channels (@raisingdickjane), you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been on the road A LOT lately! I’ve been hopping from hotel to hotel across the US for work and while it’s been fun, it hasn’t left me much time for anything else – like getting my laundry to a dry cleaner! So today I wanted to introduce you to Dryel – the product that I’ve grown to love over the last couple of weeks! I’d love to share why. Plus, I have a secret to share!
Are You Using Dryel? | Here’s What You May Be Missing
If you’re not already using Dryel products, let’s chat quickly first about what the product is. Dryel is a home dry cleaning product that is used to clean delicate or dry clean only clothes in your laundry room dryer. They also claim no fading, shrinking, or stretching like caused by wet washing or dry cleaning! Perfect, right?
I’ve personally been super happy with the way this product cleans my clothing and it couldn’t be easier (or quicker) to use! That’s why I’m excited to share it with you today!
5 Reasons Dryel Just Makes Sense
I started using Dryel because I found myself buying more and more dress clothes for trips. I wanted to keep them looking great! However, once I started using the product, the projected value just kept growing!
Here are just a few of the reasons I enjoy using Dryel regularly.
1. Saves me time not going to a professional dry cleaner.
Time is something I don’t have a lot of! In fact, I recently bought a beautiful long sweater in a black and cream Aztec print. I adore it but the tag reads the dreaded “dry clean only”. So guess what? That beautiful sweater that I bought 3 months ago and wore only once has been sitting in my cleaning basket for months unworn. I meant well but never had time to take it to the cleaners on my busy schedule.
What a waste of money, right? Buying clothes you can’t wear because you don’t have time to have them professionally cleaned. . . ugh.
Finally, I started using Dryel at home and had it ready to wear again in 15 minutes! How could you not love that!!
2. Dryel can be used on several different materials safely.
I’ll admit, at first I was wary of using Dryel products on my new dress clothes. I simply don’t have extra funds to be throwing around so I want to keep them looking great for as long as I can!
However, after reading the list of fabrics Dryel could be used with, I felt more confident.
Check out this long list of fabrics that Dryel lists as safe to use with their product:
And why stop there! Since I started using Dryel, I’ve found so many more uses for it. Stuffed animals, couch pillows, basically anything that needs special care while cleaning. What else can you think of?
3. No harsh chemicals.
Super surprising, right? I was ecstatic to read that Dryel contains no phosphate, perchloroethylene, or trichloroethylene. In fact, the product pamphlet says it is made with biodegradable cleaning agents – wow!
4. Travels well.
Even though I am a frequent traveler, I often forget things and sometimes under-pack. Thankfully, the cleaning cloths are individually packaged and the bag becomes quite small when rolled up. Keeping a few of these in my luggage could easily save me from going home stinky one day. Just 15 minutes in the hotel dryer!
Psst. They even come in a Breezy Clean Scent so you can feel like you’re traveling even when you’re not. 🙂
5. Available where you buy your groceries!
This is the best part! I don’t have to make an extra trip out to get this done. Dryel is available at a ton of stores we already shop at – including Walmart, Meijer, Target, and more!
More Tips with Dryel Coming Soon!!
Because I think this is such a valuable product to both travelers and vintage clothing fans, I have decided to partner up with Dryel for their 2018 ambassador program. What does this mean for you? More clothing tips throughout the year, helpful Dryel tutorials filmed right in my very own laundry room, and maybe a giveaway or two!
Ready to get started right away? Check out all of the helpful information at Dryel.com or follow them on social @Dryel on Twitter and @DryelBrand on Instagram.
What task do you always put off doing? For me, it’s getting things to the dry cleaner. Tell me yours in the comments.