Stain Removing Pen from Dryel
I recently discovered some new online shopping sites with amazing deals and awesome color selections. But when I am shopping, I always go for the grey or black. I really want something lilac, pink, white or even yellow for the upcoming season. Pastels are trendy right now and I want to take part! I am really clumsy when it comes to eating, drinking sometimes and I always ruin light color clothes the 1st or 2nd time I wear it. So in order to fulfill my fashion fantasy, I had to find something quick, easy and really works.
One of the best things to have in your bag at all times is a Dryel Pen. Dryel is a fraction of the cost of dry cleaners and this handy little pen makes me feel more secure when wearing my cute pastel outfits.
It is safe for use on virtually all fabrics. This includes most fabrics that are normally laundered, most fabrics that are typically dry-cleaned, and also a number of household fabrics, such as curtains, tablecloths, etc.
For fabrics that tend to water spot (silk and rayon), Dryel should be used only after testing in an inconspicuous area. In general, it’s always a good idea to test in an inconspicuous area before use on your fabrics.
Dryel should not be used on leather, velvet, suede, or fur. For knit sweaters with small stains, we recommend using the stain pen without scrubbing, as this may cause some of the threads in the sweater to loosen.
Can Dryel remove stains from food or make-up? How should you treat clothes with stains?
The Dryel Stain Remover pen works well on a variety of common stains such as coffee, tea, and cola. It even removes stains such as lipstick and make-up. For heavy soils, large spills and other difficult stains, professional dry cleaning may be required.
To remove stains:
· Prep it. Remove excess residue from stain and place napkin behind.
· Tip: Always check for colorfastness prior to stain removal
· While squeezing pen, use scrubber like an eraser to eliminate stain.
· Tip: After stain removal, blot with napkin to remove excess solution if needed.
To clean lightly soiled clothes:
· Unfold Dryel cleaning cloth and add to dryer along with 1-4 garments to be cleaned.
· Tumble dry on medium heat for 15 minutes.
· For larger loads or extra freshening, use 2 cloths
· Wear immediately or hang up clean and fresh garments promptly to help wrinkles fall out.
Can you use Dryel to remove body odor?
Yes, Dryel is effective at removing a variety of odors, including body odor, smoke, and food odors. For best results, treat perspiration as a stain and use Dryel Stain Remover before the in-dryer cleaning step.
Is Dryel safe for vintage garments?
Yes, Dryel is safe for vintage garments, provided they can withstand tumbling in the dryer.
Will Dryel help to remove wrinkles?
It will, but to help minimize wrinkling:
- Fill the Dryel bag or dryer only half full. The items inside the bag need to tumble freely.
- Clothes should be slightly damp at the end of the cycle. If too dry, reduce the time by five (5) minutes, If too wet, increase the time by five (5) minutes.
- Button and zip items placed in the Dryel bag or in the dryer.
- Group similar fabric types together.
- Hang or fold items between wearing and using Dryel.
- When garments are removed from the Dryel bag or dryer, hang them promptly.
- Touch up with an iron if needed, depending on the type of fabric the garment is made of.
Does Dryel kill moths or anything else could be in clothes?
No, Dryel will not kill or eliminate moths. It is designed to refresh your clothes, remove stains, and extend the time between professional dry cleanings.
Can you use Dryel on blankets?
Dryel can be used on oversized items, such as blankets, curtains, drapes, as long as they are not too large to tumble freely in the Dryel bag or dryer.
Can it be used or furs – real or faux?
Dryel should not be used on leather, velvet, suede, or fur.
Is Dryel safe for beaded garments?
Yes, Dryel is safe for use on garments trimmed with beads and sequins
Find out more info on www.dryel.com