Dryel Dry Clean DIY
INSTRUCTIONS: How To Dry Clean at Home
- Pre-treat stains and heavily soiled areas with Dryel® Booster Spray.
- Add 1-5 garments and 1 ULTRAcleaning™ cloth to the reusable fabric protection bag, sold in the Dryel Starter Kit. The bag should not be more than half full to allow garments to tumble freely.
- Steam It - Tumble in the dryer on medium heat for 15 minutes to renew and refresh, or for 30 minutes to deep clean. The heat of your dryer activates the Dryel ULTRAcleaning Cloth to release cleaning agents that penetrate the clothing fibers. These vapors remove body soils and odors from your clothes.
- Wear It - Promptly hang your garments to help wrinkles fall out, and your clean and fresh clothes are ready to wear. Clothes should be slightly damp when removing them from the Fabric Protection Bag. If needed, adjust time by 5 minutes.
All this in the comfort of your home!
Don’t deal with the mess and hassle of hand washing and flat drying. Use Dryel on garments that you typically hand wash.
Get 2 things done at once! Start your Dryel load in the dryer at the same time you start a laundry load in the wash.
Discard the Dryel ULTRAcleaning Cloth after use, but save the Dryel Fabric Protection Bag (reusable for up to 30 loads).
To help reduce wrinkles, button or zip garments before putting them in the bag.
Touch up ironing may be necessary.
Do not place any other garments in the dryer while using Dryel.
Note: Do not use Dryel on leather, velvet, suede, fur, silk or rayon. Always test garments for colorfastness before use.